Solar Power of Oklahoma makes solar work for you. Locally owned and operated, we are available throughout the state, with offices in Oklahoma City and Tulsa. Our crews know Oklahoma firsthand because we work and live here, from Ada and Broken Arrow to Sapulpa and Yukon. Our solar experts lead the process, from permit requests to getting your system energized. Let us look at your roof and take care of the details.
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Solar for Every Oklahoman
Home Solar Installation Process
One week. A Solar Power of Oklahoma site survey specialist completes a one-hour assessment of your home. Once complete, you’ll review your project proposal with a consultant and discuss tax credit eligibility with your accountant.
24 hours. You’ll choose your solar system’s size and sign your contract. Solar Power of Oklahoma will draft a project plan set and complete a professional engineering review.
10 — 20 days. Solar Power of Oklahoma will submit a stamped plan set and building and electrical permit application to the necessary Oklahoma energy and regulatory authorities.
One to two days. You’ll schedule a convenient day & time and Solar Power of Oklahoma will order equipment and install your solar system.
One to two weeks. Solar Power of Oklahoma will schedule a meter swap and electrical & building inspections with the necessary Oklahoma energy and regulatory authorities. You’ll provide access for the meter swap and the inspections, which each take about one hour.
One to two weeks. Solar Power of Oklahoma staff will handle any necessary city and municipal permitting from start to finish.
Cost of an Oklahoma
The cost of a solar system installation in Oklahoma varies depending on a number of factors, including design, size and materials. The 2022 Inflation Reduction Act means you’ll receive a 30% tax credit on solar power systems purchases.
When you choose Solar Power of Oklahoma, you may choose to pay for your system upfront or you can finance your system. Once you’ve paid off the loan, you have free renewable energy and money back in your pocket for decades to come.
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Long-Term Solar Investment
65% Savings on Energy Costs
Protected from Rising Utility Rates
30% Federal Tax Credit
Warranty and Financing Options
Customers can diligently monitor their system for any signs of irregularities. You can review data at any moment to guarantee system is producing the proper energy as designed.
25-Year Production Warranty
Solar Power of Oklahoma solar systems include a 25-year production warranty that guarantees your system will be producing for the life of the panels.
Low-Cost Financing Options
Solar Power of Oklahoma offers low-interest financing options, allowing you to swap out your OG&E, PSO or other energy bill with a low monthly solar payment. Add equity to your home instead of continuing to pay a utility provider.
Frequently Asked Questions
Going solar is absolutely worth it! As an Oklahoman, you could be saving thousands of dollars with solar. As part of the 2022 Inflation Reduction Act, a 30% tax credit is available if you choose to have solar installed, saving you an average of at least $300 annually during the life of your solar installation. But that’s not all: According to Zillow, Oklahoma homes with solar panels sell for four percent more than homes without solar energy. In Oklahoma City alone, that translates to a value increase of almost $8,000 on an average home.
When installed by Solar Power of Oklahoma, solar panels on flat roofs perform just as efficiently as those on pitched roofs. It’s best to choose experts like those at Solar Power of Oklahoma for your flat roof solar installation.
To install a solar energy system in your Oklahoma home, you need to obtain a variety of permits as part of a complex process. Let Solar Power of Oklahoma navigate the possible pitfalls in the permitting process so you don’t have to.
If your roof needs repairs or replacement, there are options available that don’t prevent you proceeding with your installation by Solar Power of Oklahoma.
Yes. Solar Power of Oklahoma offers a number of battery backup options to keep the lights on in case of an outage. SPO carries a number of battery brands including Tesla Powerwall.
According to August 2022 data from the Energy Information Administration, the average monthly electricity bill in Oklahoma is $155.77. The average monthly solar loan bill? $77.70. Also, as a solar owner you can receive credits for sending excess energy generated by your solar panels back to the energy grid.