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Utah Solar Panels: Pricing and Incentives

Written by Luke Daugherty/

Edited by Hannah Whatley

Last updated 09/22/2023

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Key Points

  • Utah has invested billions in expanding solar energy generation, and Utah homeowners can find several incentives to help them afford the cost of solar panels.
  • With solar energy in Utah, you can save thousands on your electricity bills in the long run.
  • SaveOnEnergy can help you compare Utah solar companies and find the right fit for your installation project.

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Solar power FAQs

  • The cost of a solar panel system varies based on factors, including the size of the system. On average, a Utah home solar system costs $23,034 before tax credits.

  • Solar panels can be an excellent investment, but they aren’t right for everyone. To determine if solar panels are right for you, consider the weather patterns in your area and your energy usage habits.

  • Utah residents pay some of the lowest energy bills in the nation, with an average monthly bill of just $88.74. Nonetheless, the average resident could save over $1,000 per year on electricity costs.

  • Because Utah is a top state for solar installation, there are many experienced solar panel installers available throughout the state. SaveOnEnergy can help you sort through your options and find a reputable installer in your area.

  • Unlike traditional electricity generation, solar power doesn’t emit carbon dioxide or other pollutants into the atmosphere. Solar is also a form of renewable energy as it comes from the sun, not a resource like coal or petroleum that will deplete.

written by
Luke Daugherty

Luke Daugherty

Luke Daugherty is a freelance writer, editor, and former operations manager. In addition to personal finance and business operations, he also covers energy deregulation, electric vehicles, and sustainability. His work, bylined and ghostwritten, has appeared in The Balance, CNET, CIO Magazine, Entrepreneur, and more.

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edited by
Hannah Whatley

Hannah Whatley

Hannah Whatley is an editor and lover of words who has worked in various industries such as finance, marketing, business, and now energy. She enjoys collaborating with writers to offer readers the most relevant and accurate information for their energy purchases. Find her on LinkedIn.

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