Solarize Spring 2019 Pricing
Our lowest prices yet!
The cost of solar power depends on the number of panels installed and whether your site is suitable for rooftop solar or ground-mounted solar. Ground-mounted systems typically cost more. On average, rooftop solar panels cost between $10,000 – $25,000.
In addition to the campaign discounts, home and business owners can access the 30% federal tax credit and any local incentives, connect to affordable financing, and navigate the Solar Renewable Energy Credit (SREC) market. For more information, visit our Incentives and Financing page.
The below chart shows prices per watt for a solar system.
|Roof Mount||Ground Mount|
|Standard panel with string inverter||$2.52||$2.41||$2.75||$2.55|
|Standard panel with DC optimizer/microinverter||$2.52||$2.41||$2.75||$2.55|
|“Buy America” compliant panel with string inverter||$2.52||$2.41||$2.75||$2.55|
|“Buy America” compliant panel with DC optimizer/microinverter||$2.52||$2.41||$2.75||$2.55|
Level 2 EV Chargers
|EV Charger with solar system||$1,500||EV Charger without solar system||$1,750|
A very small array of 3000 watts (3kW) – about 10 panels – should produce some $420 worth of electricity a year at today’s energy prices. At $2.52 per watt, the installation cost is $5,292 after the federal tax credit. If your current electric bill averages $120/mo, a 6000W (6kW) array should cover about 60% of that on a good site. A good site is critical. You want the array to face somewhat southerly and to be in full sun. Roofs can be great. Yards, fields, and parking lots work too. See more details below.
Additional charges may Apply for the following (case-by-case)
• Squirrel Guards: $1,000 (per array)
• Black Skirt: $1,000 (per array)
• Home Energy Monitoring: $1,000
• Extensive/difficult cabling for on-line monitoring functionality
• Tilt legs for roof mounted arrays
• Electrical modifications to the existing service other than net-metered back fed breaker installation
• Grid-tied Battery back-up power installation
• Off-grid battery back-up power installation
• Rocks in trenching line
• Non-asphalt roofs
• Line side tap (if needed)
• Service shutdown (if needed)
• Multiple string inverters
• Extended inverter warranties
• Non-standard color panels or frames
• Premium panel upgrade