Lower costs for equipment means better pricing for you.
Why it matters: Interest rate hikes in 2022 have made going solar more expensive causing some homeowners to wonder, “Did we miss the window?”
Good news! Better supply is here. Better prices follow.
- Solar equipment costs dropped every year until 2020 when supply chain problems reversed the trend.
- Manufacturers have recovered. More are entering the market or increasing capacity.
- Georgia Governor Brian Kemp announced a massive expansion to QCell’s capacity. The $2.5B investment will allow QCells to produce 8.4 gigawatts by 2024—more solar than the U.S. installed in 2022.
For your Smart Homeowner list
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Lots of yellow means it’s worth exploring.
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