Your guide to going solar in Utah.

On average the cost for electricity in Utah is 13 cents per kilowatt hour (kWh). That means you can expect to save $39,100 by going solar (assuming you pay upfront using cash). Start saving on electricity in Utah now with $0 down.

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Major utility providers in your area.
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Major utility providers in your area.
Utah solar rebates and incentives.
Utah solar rebates and incentives.
The state of Utah makes going solar even easier by offering the following incentives:
Renewable energy systems tax credit (RESTC)

Going solar in Utah offers the renewable energy systems tax credit for both residential and commercial solar energy systems. The amount of tax credit varies depending on the size of the solar panel system as well as if is for residential or commercial. To learn more about the RESTC program visit

Federal solar tax credit.

With the federal Investment Tax Credit (ITC), you can be reimbursed for up to 30% of the cost of your solar panel system.

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Savings calculations are for estimation purposes only and assume a consistent year over year home electricity usage and a 3.9% average yearly utility rate increase.