This is a solar power estimate* based on a $900 monthly electric bill. A 22.5 kW or 22,500 watt solar panel system could offset much of your energy use. Results will vary based on actual energy use, location and installation factors.
22.5 kW Solar Kits
Solar Savings See how much you could save with home solar panels.
Other benefits of solar power Increase your home value
Clean, healthy, renewable energy
$281,612 - 25 years $9,720 per year
$810 per month
ASSUMPTIONS Current Electricity Cost Solar panels have a 25 year warranty, so we use 25 year costs for comparison
$368,904 over 25 years $10,800 per year
$900 per month
Solar Panel System You would install 75 to 95 solar panels to generate power that could offset a $900 monthly electric bill. 1 kW = 1 kilowatt or 1,000 watts; kWh = kilowatt hours
Average Solar Cost Your cost includes system design, solar panels, inverter, rooftop mounting, all hardware components, installation and warranty, minus a 30% Federal energy tax credit.(Average sticker price: $44,000 - $66,000)
$30,800 self-install $46,200 pro-install
New Utility Cost What you could pay for electricity after installing solar panels
$36,890 over 25 years $1,080 per year $90 per month
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*Note: This is a current solar price estimate as of May 2015, amounts may vary based on your location and installation factors. The 25 year utility cost is based on a national average of $0.125 per kWh and a conservative 2.5% annual electricity price inflation rate. The estimated kWh produced per month assumes 5 sun hours per day. How much solar power do you need for a $900 electric bill?