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With inflation, rising utility rates, and the cost of electricity it’s never been a better time to go solar in Oklahoma. The average energy bill in Oklahoma is $155 and that will only go up in the next few years. Going solar today could change that future outcome.

If you live in Oklahoma you have most likely lost power due to an unforeseen ice or wind storm. Hundreds of Oklahomans lose power every year due to grid outages, but we have a solution that could keep the lights during the next storm. Solar plus battery backup offers a clean energy solution that could provide electricity for your home for days. Interested in finding a grid-resilient solution for your home? Let’s find the right fit for your home’s needs that will protect you from the next grid outage.

Here’s Why We’re the Most Trusted Solar Company in Oklahoma

Our Oklahoma solar locations continues to serve the state with exceptional customer service, top-tier solar panels, and battery backup options to keep the lights on in case of an outage. We exist to help homeowners save money on their energy bills and keep their home powered if the grid goes down. From OKC to Tulsa to Lawton and beyond we are ready to take on your solar energy project with excellence.

From start to finish, we’re here to help with all your residential solar power installation needs in Oklahoma. Ready to go solar? Talk to a solar advisor and get an estimate today.

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Solar Case Study

Tim’s house is an investment to him and his family. After checking off numerous things on his home improvement list he knew solar was next. Tim looked up multiple Oklahoma solar companies, but ultimately chose Solar Power of Oklahoma because of their local presence in the state.

As you can see in this image, we make the benefits of residential solar systems pretty clear. Go solar, and pay less on your monthly energy bill. That was the biggest draw for Tim, and now he’ll be seeing cost savings for decades to come.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Are solar panels worth it in Oklahoma?

Yes. Solar panels reduce your monthly electric cost, you can qualify you for the 30% Federal Solar Tax credit, and you can add additional value to your home when it comes time to sell.



Are solar panels efficient on a flat roof?

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. We know there are plenty of flat roofs and even more traditional types of roofs like metal or even a Spanish-style clay roof. We can install solar in Oklahoma on any type of roof, guaranteed!

Can I install my own solar panels?

To install a solar energy system on your Oklahoma home, you need to obtain a variety of permits as part of a holistic and complex process. We have a great relationship with all Oklahoma-based utilities and successfully submit and retain permits & interconnection agreements on a daily basis. We recommend letting Solar Power of Oklahoma navigate the possible pitfalls in the permitting process so you don’t have to.

Replace my roof before installing solar?

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. In Oklahoma it is very common to replace your roof before getting solar, as solar provides an extra protection layer for your new roof.

Is battery backup available in Oklahoma?

Yes. Solar Power of Oklahoma offers a number of battery backup options to keep the lights on in case of an outage. We carry a number of battery brands including Tesla, Enphase, EG4, Sol-Ark, ARK, and many more. Contact us to learn more about keeping your lights on during the next Oklahoma storm.

Are solar panels cost effective in Oklahoma?

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. It’s never made more sense to go solar.

Are solar panels worth it in Oklahoma?

In short, yes! Using solar power cuts out your monthly electric bill payments and protects you from rising electric bill costs in the future. Plus, setting up solar panels on your home qualifies you for a 30% Federal Solar Tax Credit that will save you even more money.

But that’s not all: According to Zillow, Oklahoma homes with solar panels sell for 4.1% more than homes without solar energy. That translates to a value increase of almost $8,000 on an average home.

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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Home Solar Installation Process

1. Estimate and Proposal

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.

2. Design and Engineering

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.

3. Permit Application

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.

4. System Installation

One to two days. You’ll schedule a convenient day & time and Solar Power of Oklahoma will order equipment and install your solar system.

5. Inspections

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.

6. Permission to Operate

One to two weeks. Solar Power of Oklahoma staff will handle any necessary city and municipal permitting from start to finish.

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