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West Virginia Solar Panels: Pricing and Incentives

How much do solar panels cost in West Virginia?

Written by Jordan Smith

Edited by Jamie Cesanek

Last updated 09/09/2022

6 min read

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Solar power FAQs

  • The median national cost of a residential solar installation is $24,742. The cost you will pay in West Virginia will depend on several factors, including the panel installer costs and whether you have to pay additional fees. You can offset part of the cost of solar panel installation by claiming the federal tax credit.

  • An investment in solar panels can save you money in the long run. The exact amount of money you save will depend on your overall energy usage, how much sun your home gets, and your energy usage patterns.

  • The amount of money you can save on solar panels will depend on the overall cost of installation and the amount you can claim from the federal tax credit. There is no upper limit to the tax credit, so you can save more money if your installation costs are high. Over time, the amount you save will be most affected by how much excess energy you can sell back to the grid via net metering.

  • West Virginia has several solar panel installers. You can read customer reviews and research their services and location online. Remember to carefully research a solar installer before committing to an installation and signing a contract. There are various options available, so it is well worth comparing several installation options before you make a final decision. Connect with a SaveOnEnergy solar advisor to get started. 

  • Solar power benefits the environment because it is a green energy source that doesn’t emit carbon dioxide. Limiting CO2 in the atmosphere is crucial to restrict the effects of climate change. Other energy sources, like coal and natural gas, release greenhouse gases into the air. Solar is a viable alternative to these fossil fuels in the years and decades to come.

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