How Much Does Solar Cost? by Dave Llorens Tweet Other solar power posts you may like: The cost of the “lets wait and see” solar buying reaction Solar Powered Cars: Are they Cost Effective Yet? Super Soaker Inventor Slashes the Cost of Solar in Half Switch to solar and save $36.44/mo on avg ($0 installations available) Join the 1000s we've helped switch to solar! 3 thoughts on “How Much Does Solar Cost?” Solar Thermal Milton Keynes says: March 13, 2012 at 11:06 am Very interesting post, thanks for sharing. Reply Erin says: February 22, 2012 at 8:16 pm I live in NJ and I’m actually surprised that the numbers for my state aren’t better than they are. Solar has been mostly cost-effective for me and I even read an article recently (http://www.geoscapesolar.com/blog/2012/02/15/why-solar-is-the-clean-energy-choice/) that was talking about how it’s driving costs down. Hopefully I’ll see that reflected in some of my future bills… Reply Eric says: February 17, 2012 at 10:34 pm Interesting graphic, but it seems odd to portray costs without discussing capacity (i.e. size of the system) – Do the numbers just reflect all estimates for all sizes of arrays? If so, a rather odd metric. Is ND more expensive than NE just because people in ND want bigger arrays? Or are the costs actually higher? Reply Have anything to add? Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.