Alaska Solar Installers
Even though Alaska's average temperature during summers is only 22°C or 71.6°F (-1.1°C or 30.02°F during winters), the solar industry is slowly but surely flourishing. In fact, Alaska beats Louisiana (with an average temperature of 86°F) in terms of solar returns per dollar invested.
Recently, a study showed that the average cost of electricity in Alaska over a span of 25 years would tally around $60,294. However, if home solar systems are avidly purchased by people across the state, their cost would sink to $46,374. Hence, you will save as much as $14,000.
As far as solar incentive schemes are concerned, Alaskans will benefit from the Federal Solar Tax Credit Program. Therefore, if you purchase a solar system, under this program you will get 26% of the costs after a year.
Above all, you can buy a solar system under solar loan. Under this loan, you will be liable to pay a small amount per month. For instance, the average solar system costs $30,600. If you choose a solar loan in Alaska, you would only need to pay $234 per month.
If you want to know the exact amount for the solar facility adhering to your requirements, fill out this solar quote form to get all the details from a local installer.