What Does Solar Cost in Utah?
Save money while making a meaningful contribution to renewable energy and saving the environment!
Let us help you find the best option! Give us a call or request a free savings estimate.
Option 1: Lease
Option 2: Loan
Option 3: Cash
Just like buying a car there are several ways to finance a solar system – be it a lease, loan, or cash – and because solar is getting so popular, more banks are entering the mix. EEC has made it easy to choose which option is best for you.
Additionally there is a 30% tax credit available from the federal government. Give us a call or request information and we would be more than happy to provide you the details on how you not only save money initially, but receive a generous recurring tax savings from the date of installation.
Save With Any Option
Lower Your Electricity Bill
One of the main reasons people switch to solar is to lower their electricity bill. Typically people save $100-$200/month depending on energy usage. If you take this out over two decades (solar panels typically can last for 40 years), the savings equates to $25,000-$50,000.
Little to No Maintenance
The panels are warrantied for 25 years. In addition to saving each month, the panels will continue to produce electricity for 40 to 50 years without the need for replacement.
Personally Contribute to Renewable Energy
Since solar gets its energy from the sun unlike fossil fuels, there is no risk of the energy source running out.
Increase Your Home’s Value
For the same reasons that you are interested in powering your home using solar, other people, especially those looking to buy your home are as well. According to the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) homes with solar panels sell 20% faster and for a 17% percent premium.
Protect the Environment
EEC knows that most homeowners choose solar for the financial savings but it comes with another huge perk. Solar power protect the environment by lowering carbon emissions. Over 20 years, the average solar powered residential system offsets 100,000 pounds of carbon dioxide emissions, equivalent to driving the average vehicle 100,000 miles.