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Average System Cost

One of our most common questions is “How much will it cost?”

Of course, the cost depends on the size of your site, your utility needs, and what financing option you choose.

    Solar systems are sized to produce as close to 100% of a home’s annual electrical usage as possible, but production is dependent on the suitability of the location and the size of your roof. This will affect how much of your electric bill is offset by solar.

The average Connecticut home uses about 8772 kWh/year of electricity (from EIA 2012 data).

The below examples demonstrate estimated monthly payments for 3 average size systems with no money down loans from Sungage Financial. You can save up to $20/month in the first year!

 

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Actual costs will vary, depending on panel quantity, panel type and installation. Sunlight Solar Energy offers a personalized process aimed at addressing your needs because every home uses energy differently and each building is unique. Click here to read about the site survey process, or contact us today to schedule your free solar site evaluation!