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How Much Does Solar Power Cost in Connecticut

Connecticut is one of the best states in the country for solar power. Ample sunshine and a wealth of solar rebates and incentives make it an ideal location for converting to clean solar energy. Your Connecticut solar costs depend on the system size, equipment, your location and the availability of solar rebates and incentives.

Home solar panels installation will greatly reduce your utility bill. Acquiring energy through Connecticut solar costs much less than purchasing it from your utility. Once installed, youÕll bask in a low electricity bill for the life of the solar panel system. Connecticut solar costs are well within your reach and there has never been a better time to go solar.

Connecticut solar costs are lower than most other states thanks to rebates. The state offers a 100% property tax exemption and a 100% sales and use tax exemption in addition to a variety of solar panel rebate programs. Connecticut solar panel systems can pay for themselves in a few short years, but the savings on your energy bills will last forever.

Solar financing and solar lease programs place Connecticut solar costs within the reach of most homeowners. These options enable homeowners to install solar PV systems for $0 down.

To get an idea of your costs, use a solar panel cost calculator to determine the size of a system for your energy needs. To use a solar calculator, you need your total kilo-watt hours (kWh) used in the past year. This information should be available on your electric bill. If not, contact your utility company for the information. The solar panel cost calculator doesnÕt account for any Connecticut rebates or discounts. This means, the actual cost of your Connecticut solar system will be much less.

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