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Free Solar Panels In North Carolina

North Carolina

Solar Power Companies in North Carolina

$0 Down Solar Leasing is not available.

SunRun and SolarCity do not operate in North Carolina.

National Renewable Energy
Sundance Power
Yes! Solar
Strata SolarMedium5Chapel
Green State
Baker Renewable
Cape Fear Solar

North Carolina at a glance

Electricity use in North Carolina

$120.52    This is the average residential electric bill in North Carolina.

$10.32     This is the amount North Carolina pays above the national average

$10.97     This is the average cost of electricity in North Carolina.

$1.15       This is how much North Carolina is below the national averaged cost for electricity.


Sunshine in North Carolina

60%     of all days are sunny in North Carolina.

30%     of all sunny days that do not have clouds.

14:35    this is the longest day in North Carolina.

9:43      this is the shortest day of the year for North Carolina

Solar power incentives in North Carolina

Does North Carolina have a RPS?

YES, North Carolina has a renewable portfolio standard set in place.

Does North Carolina participate in the SREC market?

YES, North Carolina does have a SCREC market place.

Does North Carolina allow trading into other SCREC markets?

YES, North Carolina does allow trading into other SCREC markets.

Does North Carolina offer a state tax credit for solar power?

YES, North Carolina has a tax credit for going with solar power.

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

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

Does North Carolina offer a property tax exemption for solar energy?

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

Does North Carolina offer a Feed-in Tariff?

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

Does North Carolina offer Net Metering?

YES, in North Carolina there is the option for Net Metering.



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


Are there other renewable energy incentives in North Carolina?

YES, there are a number of other solar power and renewable energy incentives in North Carolina, you can find out more at

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