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Utah Loves Solar Power
Utah has the Renewable Energy Systems tax credit of 25% off of the cost of your solar system (up to $1,600). This is on top of the federal tax credit of 26% which means that between the state and federal tax credits you will likely be saving thousands of dollars on your solar panel system. As we talked about earlier, Utah has a net metering program that will allow you to build up energy credits that can save you money on your electricity. Any surplus of power can be rolled over from month to month, and it is possible for this to happen annually but is it not as common.
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Mae and Lee, a couple from VA saved $7,665 by taking advantage of the federal solar tax credit when they purchased their solar system in 2020
Cost of Solar in Utah
Solar Installation Process in Utah
The cost of going solar is different for everyone since it depends on many factors. These factors include the cost of materials and installation, your current energy consumption, size of your home, type and size of your roof, and permitting costs. The federal, state, and local incentives that you qualify for, will also have an impact on the final cost. The only way to know exactly how much solar will cost for your home is by contacting us to receive consultation by a solar expert. We know that the average cost of solar in your state is helpful; According to EnergySage the average cost of a solar system in Utah is between $12,495 – $16,905 after solar tax credits.
Many homeowners have been able to invest in a solar system by financing their system with a solar loan. If you have a credit score that is over 650 and earn $40,000+ a year, then you have a great chance to qualify for solar financing in Utah. When you work with Noble Solar, we will include the cost of labor in our initial quote to make the breakdown as simple as possible.
The installation process for those living in Utah is the same as it would be in any other state. Many homeowners take advantage of the great net metering program available in Utah which means that they stay connected to the grid. Solar can be installed most of the year in Utah but we recommend having your system installed in spring or early summer time so that you can benefit from the long days of sunlight in the summertime. Once all of the paperwork and site surveys have been completed it usually takes around a month until your system is ready to be installed. The installation process usually takes less than a day to complete depending on the size of your system.
Schedule your Utah Solar Power Consultation
Making the decision to go solar in Utah is as easy as scheduling a free, 5-minute initial phone consultation with one of our specialists. We’ll ask you some basic questions about your home, energy consumption, and answer any of your questions. We’ll also go through the different tax credits and rebates available to see what you qualify for and what you could save. Lastly, we’ll set up an in-home or virtual (Zoom or Skype) appointment to perform a more in-depth evaluation of your home and go over equipment, costs, logistics, and next steps.
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