Solar Panel Installations In Missouri

The state of Missouri is poised for a significant solar powered revolution. It is currently ranked 34th in the nation with 627 MW of total solar capacity as of 2023. This is enough power forĀ 68,456 homes.*

To get connected with a local solar panel installer in Missouri, fill out the form on this page. Read further to learn about recent solar work in the state.
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While Missouri has made some recent strides to get more solar installed, the state still has tremendous solar potential. Here are some recent figures:*

  • The total monetary solar investment in the state is now $1.6 billion.
  • There are approximately 140 solar businesses providing solar products and services throughout the state, employing about 2,819 people.
  • Growth Projection and Ranking:
    2,405 MW over the next 5 years (ranks 20th)
  • Prices for installed solar power have decreased by 47% last ten years.

In 2008 Missouri joined many other states by enacting their own Renewables Portfolio Standard. Proposition C called for a repeal of the state’s formerly voluntary renewable energy standards and enacted the mandatory RPS policy.**

Missouri supports net metering through a law that was passed in 2007, requiring all utilities to comply with systems up to 100 kW in size. Solar customers are credited with excess electric generation at the “avoided cost rate”.**

The Show Me State has 4 main metropolitan areas. These include Kansas City, Springfield, St. Louis, And Columbia. Other notable cities include the capital – Jefferson City and many other cities that are a part of the 4 major population centers – Independence, O’Fallon, St. Peters, Blue Springs, Lee’s Summit, St. Joseph, St. Charles, Florissant, Joplin, Chesterfield, Wildwood, and University City to name a few. The state’s approximately 40 contractors can be found in these cities.

Solar-Power-Now.com can be trusted to connect its visitors with low cost and reputable installers in Missouri. Just fill out the form on this page to get started with the switch to solar power.

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

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