Find Home Solar Panels in Kansas City MO
Solar energy is a renewable, sustainable form of energy. This means that as long as the sun comes up (even if it’s cloudy), your solar panels will be generating power for your home.
Solar power is produced mostly during the day, and in Missouri, from the south. This is beneficial for solar users because utility companies typically charge more during these peak times.
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Can Home Solar Panels Actually Save You Money?
If you’ve noticed your neighbors installing solar panels on their rooftops, there’s a reason why. Home solar panels in Kansas City can reduce your energy bill, and solar panels are more affordable than you think. Compare this to what you pay a utiolity company over the next ten years, and it’s a no-brainer!
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Solar Panels in KC
Frequently Asked Questions
KCPL Solar Rebate – Is It Available?
Solar rebates and government tax breaks can put a huge dent in the price of your Kansas City solar panel installation. Many states have generous local incentives aimed at building the solar capacity and doing a solid for the planet. You can learn more about rebates on your solar panels in Kansas city here.
How Do Solar Panels Affect My Home’s Value?
First off, most buyers will find the energy savings to be very attractive. You hold a lot of power when you can tell a buyer your house will literally cost them hundreds of dollars less every month than any other house on the street. The monthly savings are just the beginning. The US Department of Energy sponsored a study that showed thousands of California home prices increasing by more than $15,000, due to having just a basic solar system. Selling Into the Sun Study if you want to learn more.
Will My Solar Panels Work If It Isn’t Sunny?
Your solar system can still draw power even on cloudy days. Depending on the level of cloudiness, your system can draw as much as 90% power or as little as 10%. At night, you won’t be generating very much power at all. With that said, this is where your daily overages come in. During cloudy days and night time, your excess power saved or sold back to the utility company will kick in to provide your power until the sun comes back. Learn more about how solar panels work here.