Texas is one of the fastest-growing solar states in the nation and is expected to double in 2018, making it hot-on-demand for homeowners. Customers who choose Sunnova can benefit from solar energy by gaining better control of electricity usage. It’s predicted that the Lone Star State’s solar capacity will reach about 2,000 megawatts by the end of 2018 and 3,000 megawatts by 2020. Think of it this way – only one megawatt is needed to power 200 homes on a sizzling, hot Texas day.
Texas Solar Energy Incentives1
Residents doing the solar two-step in Texas should know about the rebates and incentives. Check with your utility company to learn about any buyback credits, rebates and federal tax incentives. Since Texas has regulated and deregulated power markets across the state, you’ll need to call your local provider to learn more about available home solar incentives.
Average Utility Costs in Texas
On average, Texas residents an annual increase of 2 percent on electricity costs, which is why folks are choosing home solar systems with Sunnova. Gaining better control of your electricity costs can make a big difference in your monthly bills.
Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA)
Check with your local utility company to see if they offer a solar buyback program. In many states, net metering allows residents who own or lease solar systems to receive credit, using the same price paid for electricity, for any excess electricity generated and sent back to the grid.
Getting the Most from Home Solar
Get your home solar system from Sunnova to get better control on electricity costs. Our easy and affordable home solar plans offer steady monthly payment plans, and a best-in-class, comprehensive warranty, Sunnova Protect3, to cover out-of-pocket expenses for maintenance and repairs, including labor too.
1 Sunnova makes no guarantees regarding customer eligibility for tax benefits. Sunnova does not provide tax advice. Contact your personal tax advisor for eligibility.
2 Sunnova makes no guarantees regarding credit for net energy exported to the electric grid, and any credit provided (now or in the future) is within the sole discretion and control of the utility company.
3 Refer to the Limited Warranty in your agreement for complete warranty terms and limitations. Your solar system production will vary based on weather and other factors. Solar system’s cumulative production will be evaluated to validate annual production guarantee. Refer to your agreement for details. Restrictions and limitations apply. The service agreement can be transferred to the new homeowner. Sunnova’s approval required. Some restrictions apply.
Texas License: EC 33134
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