Going Solar Saves You Money on Electricity and Energy Costs

May 27, 2020

Reduce or eliminate your electric bill with solar!

One of the most popular reasons to go solar is savings. Lowering or even erasing the cost of your electric bill is something everyone wants. If your monthly average for electricity is $100, then that comes out to an annual average of $1200. Over 20 years at $100 a month your electricity expense will grow to $24,000 that is all paid to your utility company. Factoring in electricity rates rising over that period of time takes your 20-year energy costs even higher. Making the move to Go Solar, takes you out of this cycle. 

When you decide to go solar you can eliminate your electric bill entirely, or lower it so much that electricity costs are no longer a big factor in determining your budget. Your overall savings depend on factors like how much energy you produce versus how much you will consume, and since electricity prices are always on the rise your savings will continue to grow year after year with your fixed rate!

Lowering your electricity costs makes perfect sense, and there is no better way than to install a solar system. Electricity prices are so unpredictable they can make managing a budget difficult, but with solar your electricity costs become more predictable with a fixed rate. This is very beneficial to people with a fixed income, and those who will be able to plan around a more predictable electricity cost. Going solar is always going to be a ton more affordable than renting your power from the utility company.