Estimate the Cost of Going Solar

The price of going solar is decreasing thanks to improved technology and lower material costs. The cost/watt of solar power for homes located in Fayetteville Metro is $5.42, compared to the national average of $5.68 and is decreasing by 10 cents per year. Meanwhile, the average cost of solar panels and installation in Fayetteville Metro is $26,500.

What Size is Your Home?

Select the approximate size of your home by the number of bedrooms to see estimates of the system size, cost, and pay-off time:

System Size

9.9 kW

System Cost


Pay-off Time

16 Years

How Much Could You Save with Solar?

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Rebates and Savings

Fayetteville 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