Solar panels for solar power for home

Residential solar power

A residential solar system harnesses the energy from the sun to power your home. And now more than ever, solar power for homes is a financially practical option — from 2010 to 2017, the cost to install solar has dropped by more than 70%.1 What once may have seemed out of reach for most homeowners is now an affordable option for many across the United States.

The perks of a residential solar panel system

Homeowners gain many benefits from residential solar. When you go solar with one of our preferred installation partners, you can save thousands on installation costs with our exclusive residential solar rebate.2 Plus, when you let the sun power your home, you can reduce your carbon footprint and enjoy energy savings for years to come.

Benefits of solar energy

 

  • Save money

    Lower your monthly utility bill and lock in a fixed rate on a portion of your electricity bill for the next 20-25 years.

  • Boost your home’s value

    Studies show that homes with solar panels sell 20% faster and for 17% more money than those without.3

  • Make a difference

    You could prevent more than 17,000 pounds of CO2 emissions a year. That’s like driving 18,500 fewer miles!4

Other factors to consider with a home solar power system

By going solar at home, not only can you affordably produce your own clean energy — but you also have the opportunity to sell back any excess energy generated to us. It’s called “net metering,” and you get rewarded for supplying the electricity grid with energy you produce but don’t consume.

With our Renewable Rewards® buy-back program, you’ll receive a bill credit from us for 100% of your system’s outflow to the energy grid.

Why choose a residential solar solution from Green Mountain Energy?

At Green Mountain, we’ve been on a mission to change the way power is made since 1997. And when we say we’re on a mission, we’re all in: all of the electricity plans we offer come from 100% renewable sources like the wind and the sun.

As the longest-serving renewable energy retailer, we’re bringing clean power to homes like yours every day and continuing our steps toward a sustainable future. We can help make your solar journey affordable and sustainable — just the way it should be.

 

  • A name you can trust

    With more than 15 years of helping Texans go solar, Green Mountain is a leader in renewable energy solutions.

  • An exclusive rebate

    You could save thousands on your home’s installation costs with our special solar incentive.

  • A one-stop shop

    Our complete solar solution includes a rooftop solar installation and the opportunity to sell back your system’s excess energy with our Renewable Rewards® buy-back program.

Making solar power a reality in your home

If you live in Texas and own your home, it’s easy and risk-free to determine if a solar power system is a cost-effective option for your home. Simply fill out our solar interest form and we will get in touch with you.

Get a home solar power system and start producing your own clean electricity with Green Mountain Energy.

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Or, call us at 1.844.616.4676

1 According to the Solar Energy Industries association

2 Green Mountain Energy rebate amount varies by project, system size, location and availability of additional rebates. Actual average rebate is $2,827 and ranges from $596 to $4,500 (based on projects funded between January 2017 – September 2017). To qualify, complete a solar installation with a Green Mountain installation partner, sign up for a 12-month minimum term on the Renewable Rewards buy-back program, sign and submit a Green Mountain Solar Rebate Agreement, agreeing to provide feedback on the installation experience. If eligible, customer will receive the SolarSPARC® rebate within 30 days of submitting a completed rebate request, including verification of completed solar installation. The SolarSPARC® rebate is offered at the discretion of Green Mountain and may be stopped at any time.

3 According to the study “Selling Into the Sun: Price Premium Analysis of a Multi-State Dataset of Solar Homes”

4 Based on average monthly usage of 2,000 kWh and a solar array that covers 65% of that consumption.