• Annual Savings Per Home Icon
    $1,305
    Annual Savings Per Home
  • Average Installation Cost Icon
    $19,896
    Average Installation Cost
  • Potential Pay-off Time Icon
    17 Years
    Potential Pay-off Time

Solar Energy Installation in Arkansas

The installation cost in Arkansas ranges from $8,740 to $125,170.
Arkansas residents who switch to solar may be eligible for federal and state tax credits, exemptions, and loans.
Most of the Arkansas residents who switched to solar chose Sharp panels.
Data Industry Logos: Berkeley Lab, NREL, eia, DSIRE

Data from Industry Leaders

Calculate Your Cost

What Size is Your Home?

System Size

10.0 kW

System Cost

$39,010

Pay-off Time

17 Years

For the most accurate cost estimate, connect with an experienced installer in your area.

Rebates and Savings

Arkansas ar residents who switch to solar are eligible for these local, state and federal tax programs.

Program NameProgram TypeAmount
Residential Renewable Energy Tax CreditTax Credit30% before 2020 26% during 2020 22% during 2021
Residential Energy Conservation Subsidy Exclusion (Personal)Tax ExemptionFull rebate amount excluded from taxable income
Net MeteringUtility CreditExcess generated power credits rolled over to next bill and may be purchased after 2 years at avoided cost for wholesale energy