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- Solar panels in Michigan cost between $12,408 and $28,951.
- The total cost of your solar system depends on installation, panel type, location, and other factors.
- Incentives are available to reduce the total cost and support renewable energy adoption.
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Solar power FAQs
The total cost for a solar system in Michigan ranges from $12,408 to $28,951. Solar system costs depend on the size of your home, the number and type of panels, your typical energy consumption, the angle of your roof, and other factors.
Yes. Solar power can lead to long-term savings on your electricity bills and reduce your home’s carbon footprint. The 30% federal tax credit and other state incentives help to lower the upfront costs.
The amount you could save by investing in solar depends on energy consumption. The installer will review your electricity bill for the past several months to help determine what your yearly and lifetime savings may be.
SaveOnEnergy can help you find a solar installer in your area. Call the number on your screen to connect with a solar advisor who will help guide you through the solar process.
Solar energy is a renewable energy source because it comes from the sun. Other energy sources, such as coal and fossil fuels, are limited and produce harmful greenhouse gasses.