California home solar power system pricing shows a tight cluster of what homeowners are actually paying, which reflects the maturity and the competitiveness of the California solar market. Additionally, we've seen the dramatic reduction in prices for home solar power in the state over the last ten years. When shopping for a California home solar power system one of the first questions that comes up is how much will the system cost? The price of the actual solar equipment plus the installation, permitting, labor and other items add up to the total system cost, which then becomes the baseline of the economic payback of the system. Let's take a look...
Update 2016: GetSolar has partnered with EnergySage to provide customers with fast, competitive solar quotes. The partnership leverages their Solar Quote Engine that was developed with backing from the US Department of Energy (DOE) to streamline the US solar consumer buying process. EnergySage Quote Engine
We at GetSolar feel so strongly about the power of consumer choice and the accuracy of EnergySage's new comparison quote system that we have made it the default solar calculator for GetSolar customers! Check it Out here!
Original Post (We've kept some of the original content because it is interesting to see the progression of solar pricing over time): Hey. I’m Annie, GetSolar’s summer intern. As one would hope for an intern here, I like solar panels and playing with numbers. As a result, I think our beta calculator might be the coolest thing since sliced bread. Let me show you how it works.