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Free Solar Panels In Kansas

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Solar Power Companies in Kansas

$0 Down Solar Leasing is not available

SunRun and SolarCity do not operate in Kansas.

 

CompanySizeYIBCityStateWebsite
CMOSmall15LawrenceKSpowertomorrow.com
Solar Rich PowerSmall1Kansas CityKSsolarrichpower.com
King SolarSmall32HillsboroKSkingsolar.net
Santa Fe Wind & Solar PowerSmall7GardnerKSsantafewindandsolar.com

Kansas at a glance

Electricity use in Kansas

$107.52    This is the average residential electric bill in Kansas.

$2.68      This is the amount Kansas pays above the national average

$11.64     This is the average cost of electricity in Kansas.

$0.48       This is how much Kansas is below the national averaged cost for electricity.

Sunshine in Kansas

65%     of all days are sunny in Kansas.

35%    of all sunny days that do not have clouds.

14:54   this is the longest day in Kansas.

9:25     this is the shortest day of the year for Kansas

Solar power incentives in Kansas

Does Kansas have a RPS?

YES, Kansas has a renewable portfolio standard set in place.

Does Kansas participate in the SREC market?

NO, Kansas does not have a SCREC market place.

Does Kansas allow trading into other SCREC markets?

YES, Kansas does allow trading into other SCREC markets.

Does Kansas offer a state tax credit for solar power?

NO, Kansas does not have a tax credit for solar power.

Is there a state sales tax exemption in Kansas for solar power?

NO, there is no sales tax exemption in Kansas for solar powered systems.

Does Kansas offer a property tax exemption for solar energy?

YES, Kansas does have a property tax exemption for solar power systems.

Does Kansas offer a Feed-in Tariff?

NO, like most places in the US Kansas does not offer any type of Feed-in Tariff.

Does Kansas offer Net Metering?

 YES, in Kansas there is the option for Net Metering.

FEDERAL GOVERNMENT SOLAR POWER INCENTIVES

Again as in all 50 states there is the 30% federal tax credit.

Are there additional renewable energy incentives in Kansas?

YES, there are a number of other solar power and renewable energy incentives in Kansas, you can find out more at dsireusa.org.

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