How much do solar panels cost?
While the cost of a solar panel system for you home can vary on many factors such as rebates available, incentives, size of roof and others, we have some tools available to help get you a good understanding of what you can expect to pay in your area.
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Use this tool to see what the average cost of a solar panel installation is for your area based on your zipcode's current installs.
Cut Your Energy Bills with Solar Power
Make the switch to green energy. Texas Solar Company installs photovoltaic systems for residential and commercial clients in the greater San Antonio, Texas area. Our systems are designed to reduce your energy bills while making your property more environmentally friendly.
Local Rebates and Federal Tax Credits
When you combine local solar energy rebates and Federal Income Tax Credits, you can save up to 50% of the cost of your solar energy system. CPS energy and other companies in the region are committed to support clean energy and they are making huge investments on it. We can clearly explain to to you how these incentives can help you pay for your system, contact us and we'll gladly walk your through the process.
$0 Upfront Costs and $0 Interest for 18 Months for Qualified Texas Homeowners
If you are a homeowner with a household income of over $45,000, Contact Us to learn about the different rebates and incentives available to you for a new solar installation. Eliminate your electric bill completely and save hundreds or thousands of dollars every year. Texas Utility services like CPS Energy, Guadalupe Valley Electric (GVEC), New Braunfels Utilities (NBU), Perdenales Electric and most Central Texas electric providers are now offering more incentives and rebates than ever. It's an excellent time to go solar with Texas Solar Company.
How do solar panels work?
Harnessing the power of the sun has never been better. Let us help you understand how solar panels work on your home system and why our unique setup helps you continuously generate power.
Solar panels contain solar cells, which have semiconductors that convert light into electrical energy. Direct current (DC) electricity is produced and routed to an inverter.
An inverter converts the electricity into alternating current (AC), which is used in consumer appliances, lighting, and heating and cooling systems.
Meters measure the amount of electrical energy produced by the panel and monitor performance of the system.
Electricity produced goes through the utility grid. Those who use the power pay the solar producer for the energy.
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San Antonio, TX 78258
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