Save money by installing solar panels in Connecticut.
Frequently Asked Questions
Does Connecticut offer 1:1 net metering?
A: Homeowners in Eversource and United Illuminating Company territory have access to full 1:1 net metering for new customers through at least December 31, 2021. The State is working to determine the future value of solar exports in an ongoing proceeding.
Solar Panel Cost in CT
Average solar panel cost in CT
Average payback period, savings, and cost of a 5 kW system
CT Solar Incentives & Rebates
Full 1:1 net metering is available for both Eversource and United Illuminating customers
Homeowners do not have to pay state sales or additional property taxes on installed solar systems
Connecticut Electric Utilities
Check with your local utility company for:
Net Metering Policy
Maximum System Size
Maximum Power Offset
Dean Solar - Connecticut
Eligibility & Redemption
Solar incentives apply to eligible residential customers.
Incentive programs are offered and administered by government agencies.
Eligibility and availability vary and are outside of Dean Solar’s control.
Most programs are limited to a total dollar amount that can be dispersed or will expire on a certain date.
Be sure to visit the program’s website for the most up-to-date information on availability, eligibility, and redemption requirements.
Your eligibility for income tax credits depends on your personal tax situation.
Dean Solar recommends speaking with a tax professional for guidance.