- Savings and Costs
The cost of a Solar system includes the photovoltaic products (panels,
inverters, racks, rails, cables, conduits, ikons, etc.) and the labor
for installation. Your PV system cost will depend on several factors
including the average annual daily kWh energy usage, size of system, the
location in terms of longitude, latitude, azimuth and Sun radiance
intensity, energy efficiency of your home, and
other possible site related factors.
Mehr Solar can provide you with a
free residential remote site evaluation and cost estimate, np site
visit needed unless you would like our site assessment solar technicians
to be there. Call or email us the address and we do the rest & call
or email you back with the estimate.
- The economies of scale realized with
some larger systems can reduce costs substantially.
- Utility Company rebates and
incentives can reduce the costs by a large percentage and depends on your
utility company offer.
- There is a federal residential tax
credit of 30% of the system cost.
- Your system will pay for itself by
eliminating or greatly reducing your electric bill every month some
systems have paid for them selves in as little as 3 to 7 years.
- Sell you excess power production
back to your utility company for credits used during times of lower
production or greater power need.
- Remember, the state incentives can
significantly reduce the cost of purchasing a PV system. In
addition, the state and federal tax credit can reduce your overall
costs much further.
- Net Metering utilizes a bi-direction
meter that actually Spins Your Meter Backwards!
working with us, we will help you reduce your electric bill even further
with helpful suggestions about what you can do to increase your energy