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West Virginia Solar Incentives: Tax Credits & Rebates Guide 2024
  • Written by Saltanat Berdikeeva
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  • Edited by Jamie Cesanek
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  • Last updated 07/04/2023

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Key Points

  • Solar energy in West Virginia is increasingly cheaper than coal-powered energy generation in West Virginia.
  • State and federal incentives can lower the cost of solar panel installations for West Virginia homeowners.
  • West Virginia is expected to install 649 megawatts of solar over the next five years.

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Solar power FAQs

  • The average price of a residential solar installation in West Virginia is $33,900 before incentives. The cost of your solar system in West Virginia will depend on several factors, including roof repairs, energy usage, location, and more. The federal solar tax credit is available to offset the total costs.

  • Solar panels are a worthwhile investment to save money on energy bills over time. Your savings will depend on your overall energy usage and solar production. 

  • Over the lifespan of your solar panels, you could save thousands on energy costs. The money you can save in West Virginia depends on your individual system cost, energy usage, and incentives. The average West Virginia solar panel system pays for itself in about 13 years, based on the state’s average monthly electricity bills.

  • SaveOnEnergy partners with trusted installers. Call the number on your screen to start your solar process today. 

  • Solar power benefits the environment because it is a renewable energy source that doesn’t emit carbon dioxide. Limiting harmful emissions is crucial to reduce the effects of climate change. Other energy sources, like coal and natural gas, release harmful greenhouse gasses into the air. Switching to solar power reduces your carbon footprint.

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