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I am currently looking into the cost of solar based on my needs, there are several factors that play into consideration of going solar that I have yet to determine. My current monthly consumption averages about 400kWH/Month and conversely my bill from Washington Electric is about $75/month on a budget plan. A 20 yr. break even at my current rate would generate $18K in total money spent, that I could put towards the cost of solar infrastructure. That figure does not include any incentives or credits for buying solar, and doesn't include service and maintenance costs associated with being connected to the grid that I pay on a monthly basis. I've contacted Sun Common to further discuss this issue so only time will tell if $olar actually Pays.
I would like to hear from anyone who has a cost analysis of before and after and or what the breakdowns are on a break even to believe that this is more that just a feel good endeavor.
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