At Apricot Solar, we are dedicated to making solar energy affordable and accessible to everyone—with ZERO upfront costs.* Your home can become its own tiny power station and generate plenty of reliable energy, all while reducing your electricity bill. Plus, it doesn’t hurt that your greener lifestyle will help your state achieve its renewable energy goals.
The simple answer to the question “do solar panels really save you money?” is yes. That being said, how much you’ll save depends on a number of factors. Direct hours of daily sunlight and the size and angle of your roof are both important, but local electricity rates play the biggest role in determining how much solar can save you.
With so many trendy investment opportunities available in today’s day and age, it’s easy to be skeptical of new products that boast promises of “saving you tons of money.” Solar panels are no different – saving money by reducing your electric bill is one of the main appeals and selling points for solar as a product and home upgrade.
Qualified customers are able to take advantage of competitive financing programs to make the out of pocket costs low or nothing at all.
By switching to solar you will be making a wise decision for decades to come. Increase home efficiency, cost, sustainability and reliability.
Once you submit your utility bill to our website a local solar advisor will reach out to you to talk about your options and to answer any more questions that you have.
We work with exclusive vendors who work only on behalf of Apricot Solar.
Going solar in Ohio is a great investment for your home. State law requires utilities in the state to offer full retail net metering to their customers. Ohio also has a renewable portfolio standard with a solar carve out, which requires utilities to obtain 12.5% of electricity sold to be derived from renewable energy sources by 2027.
Net metering, combined with the 26% federal tax credit, makes going solar an excellent choice for homeowners in Ohio.
Once your utility bill is submitted we get to work sizing your system based off current utility usage. We will generate a proposal/estimate and a local Apricot Solar Advisor will reach out