Save money by installing solar panels in Georgia.
Frequently Asked Questions
Does GA offer a state tax credit, sales tax exemption, or property tax exemption for homeowners that go solar?
A: Georgia does not offer any state-based incentives, however, most utilities have some form of net metering or solar export credit that residential solar customers can benefit from.
Does GA offer a rebate?
A: There are currently no solar rebates available in Georgia.
Does Georgia have a Solar Renewable Energy Credit (SREC) market?
A: Georgia does not currently have a Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS) and therefore does not have an active SREC market.
Which financial products does Palmetto™ offer?
A: Loan (LoanPal, Sunlight) and cash payment options will be available upon market entry in GA. No major lease/ PPA providers are currently active in the market.
Solar Panel Cost in Georgia
Average solar panel cost by system size in Georgia
Average payback period, savings, and cost of a 5 kW system
Georgia Solar Incentives & Rebates
The primary solar incentive in Georgia is net metering. The credits homeowners receive for their excess production vary depending on their utility territory.
Georgia homeowners also may have access to the 26% Federal ITC.
Georgia does not provide rebates or any sales/ property tax exemptions for installing solar.
Georgia Electric Utilities
Check with your local utility company for:
Net Metering Policy
Maximum System Size
Maximum Power Offset
Dean Solar - Georgia
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.