Solar Panel Installations In Georgia

Solar installers are keeping busy in Georgia as it has recently experienced some major solar growth. The state currently ranks 7th in total installed solar with 5,913 MW. This is enough energy forĀ 710,506 homes.*

Connect with a local solar panel installer in Georgia by filling out the form on this page. The following is a snapshot of Georgia’s solar power industry.
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Here’s a quick list of the major solar accomplishments of The Peach State:*

  • More than 223 solar companies are hard at work in the state of Georgia. Collectively, they employ around 5,382 people.
  • Prices have fallen 47 percent over the last 10 years.
  • Significant investments have been made in Georgia’s solar industry to the tune of $6.5 billion.
  • Growth Projection and Ranking:
    2,941 MW over the next 5 years (ranks 17th).

Georgia is a state with plentiful solar potential, however, state policies have not been too friendly to the industry in recent years. For example, the net metering policy calls for Georgia’s utilities to buy solar energy from solar-powered residents at a mere $0.04/kWh.** Reasonable optimism would predict that the state will finally join much of America in becoming a bit more solar friendly.

There are at least 79 solar installers in the state of Georgia. This number is sure to increase as solar becomes increasingly adopted.

Many of the solar contractors in the state can be found near the main metropolitan areas of Atlanta, Columbus, and Augusta. The Atlanta installers service the nearby cities of Marietta, Athens, Roswell, Johns Creek, Sandy Springs, and Mableton to name a few. Installers can also be found in Macon, LaGrange, Gainesville, Savannah, and Valdosta.

Those looking for a very affordable and trustworthy solar installer can rely on Solar-Power-Now.com for their solar panel installation needs. Just fill out the form on this page and you will be well on your way to saving money with solar.

*Information and figures gathered from seia.org.
**Information and figures gathered from dsireusa.org.

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