Switching to Solar:
How to Evaluate
Your Total Savings

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by Alex kelleher
5 min read - Published on 05/10/2022

Society is quickly adopting and accepting the technology for solar energy as they understand the value that comes from owning your own, clean source of power. Solar is at the forefront of the renewable industry as the most common way for homeowners to take advantage of the technology available to them.

While every homeowner has their own reasons for making the switch to solar, all benefit from the savings that are associated. Wondering if solar actually makes a difference in your budget? You’re in the right place. Let’s dive into the comparison between your power bill and your solar bill.

Utility Bill
You know the feeling of opening up that email or envelope each month and seeing how much you owe the power company. Or maybe you don’t because you’ve learned over the years to just expect a high bill. Either way, the bill comes and you pay it so your power doesn’t get shut off.

Then, with technological advances, every new device, appliance, or electric vehicle added to your home increases your energy usage and makes your bill even more expensive. And the cherry on top is the constant rate hikes and fees thrown your way by the power company.

You get the point: energy is expensive and only getting more so. The good news is that it doesn’t have to be. Say goodbye to rate increases and hello to fixed payments. And it gets better—when your system is paid off, your bill is nonexistent.

Utility Bill
You know the feeling of opening up that email or envelope each month and seeing how much you owe the power company. Or maybe you don’t because you’ve learned over the years to just expect a high bill. Either way, the bill comes and you pay it so your power doesn’t get shut off.

Then, with technological advances, every new device, appliance, or electric vehicle added to your home increases your energy usage and makes your bill even more expensive. And the cherry on top is the constant rate hikes and fees thrown your way by the power company.

You get the point: energy is expensive and only getting more so. The good news is that it doesn’t have to be. Say goodbye to rate increases and hello to fixed payments. And it gets better—when your system is paid off, your bill is nonexistent.

Utility Bill
You know the feeling of opening up that email or envelope each month and seeing how much you owe the power company. Or maybe you don’t because you’ve learned over the years to just expect a high bill. Either way, the bill comes and you pay it so your power doesn’t get shut off.

Then, with technological advances, every new device, appliance, or electric vehicle added to your home increases your energy usage and makes your bill even more expensive. And the cherry on top is the constant rate hikes and fees thrown your way by the power company.

You get the point: energy is expensive and only getting more so. The good news is that it doesn’t have to be. Say goodbye to rate increases and hello to fixed payments. And it gets better—when your system is paid off, your bill is nonexistent.

Utility Bill
You know the feeling of opening up that email or envelope each month and seeing how much you owe the power company. Or maybe you don’t because you’ve learned over the years to just expect a high bill. Either way, the bill comes and you pay it so your power doesn’t get shut off.

Then, with technological advances, every new device, appliance, or electric vehicle added to your home increases your energy usage and makes your bill even more expensive. And the cherry on top is the constant rate hikes and fees thrown your way by the power company.

You get the point: energy is expensive and only getting more so. The good news is that it doesn’t have to be. Say goodbye to rate increases and hello to fixed payments. And it gets better—when your system is paid off, your bill is nonexistent.