Category: Solar Panel Pricing

Solar Electricity Hits Grid Parity

By Neal  on 12/26/2013 13:35 UTC

Solar electricity hits grid parity with coal in 2013 Not surprising to many of us who are following solar PV costs and efficiency improvements. As forecasted by Bloomberg Energy Finance the price of Solar PV cell cost would reach $0.74 per watt in 2013. In reality the cost came down to $0.64 per watt during [...]read more...

As per Annual Energy Outlook 2013, published by U.S. Energy Information Administration, the cost of electricity over the next 27 years is projected to grow by 5% every year. The same study also projects that the demand of electricity should only grow by 0.9% annually. The question here is why the cost of electricity [...]read more...

Greatest Solar Savings

By Neal  on 12/03/2013 21:27 UTC

Greatest Solar Savings are Here to Stay Economics 101 - Consumers and businesses are seeing some of the greatest solar savings being passed on to them, due largely to the benefits provided by free markets and global competition. Despite the constant pressure and negative media coverage by self centered groups, the solar energy industry in [...]read more...

Should one lease or purchase a Solar Power System? It should not matter because solar power saves money, directly and indirectly. How much can a small solar power system can save you in monthly payments? It would depend on different factors such as - energy usage of the facility, type of solar panels installed - SunPower, or [...]read more...

Solar Panels Pricing Update

By Neal  on 04/11/2012 19:10 UTC

Solar panel pricing has seen a tremendous decrease over the past four years. Due to an increase in demand and thus resulting volume by manufacturers, solar panels pricing has dropped over 60 percent, 40 percent alone in 2011, but recent signs indicate that prices may indeed be going back up in the near future. [...]read more...