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Wyoming Solar Incentives: Tax Credits & Rebates Guide 2024

Written by Alison Plaut /

Edited by Jamie Cesanek

Last updated 09/08/2023

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Key Points

  • Wyoming residents can use federal and state solar incentives to reduce the cost of solar panels.
  • Wyoming has some of the lowest solar installation rates in the country, but its solar industry is poised for significant growth in the next five years.
  • There are 11 solar companies operating in Wyoming for customers to choose from.

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Solar power FAQs

  • ​​The average cost of a home solar system in the U.S. is $31,558, but specific costs will vary based on where you live and how you configure your system. You can lower these costs with federal tax credits and net metering programs in Wyoming. 

  • Solar power can be a worthwhile investment in Wyoming, depending on your circumstances, including your location, access to sunlight, roof condition, and energy usage habits. Your solar investment will be more beneficial to you if your roof receives a great deal of sunlight and you have high monthly energy usage.

  • Considering that the average electricity bill in Wyoming is currently $109.42 per month, using solar for your home energy needs could save you more than $1,300 per year. 

  • Wyoming has several reliable solar installers. Before you begin looking for a solar company, ensure you’re well-versed in current solar options and regulations in your area. There are several great solar installers in Wyoming, but it’s important to thoroughly research options before signing a solar contract. SaveOnEnergy has a vast library of solar resources to help you learn about the industry and may be able to connect you with vetted, reliable installers near you.

  • Solar power is renewable and, therefore, better for the environment. Unlike other energy sources, solar power doesn’t emit carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. As a result, solar-powered homes have a smaller carbon footprint than houses powered by fossil fuels. 

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