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This varies greatly between households and locations.For the most accurate estimate, either:
- Look at your electric bills from the past 6 months to a year, taking into account summer and winter differences. Average them out into a monthly kilowatt-hour (kWh) usage. This is the amount of energy you use every month, on average.
- You can also estimate the power used by your individual appliances with our Load Evaluation Calculator or measure the power usage of each appliance with a Kill A Watt Meter. Multiply the result there by 30 (for a month) and then divide by 1000 (to convert to kWh).
Enter an average monthly kWh usage or use the dropdown to enter an average monthly electric bill
No bill? Use our Load Evaluation Calculator to calculate appliance usage.
Your cost of electricity per kWhAsk your utility or see their website if you don’t know.
The average number of daily sun-hours your area receivesThis is used for calculating the appropriate system size for your area and your payback time. You can use our sun-hours map to look this up if you need to.
Which type of system are you looking for?
- Grid-tied systems are great for lowering your electrical bill, but require a connection to the utility company and go down when the grid goes down. Consider a grid-tie with battery backup system or a Kohler Generator for emergency power.
- Off-grid systems allow you to live and work with electricity in areas where utility power is either unavailable or too expensive to bring in. Off-grid is more about independence, but by living within your means, financially and energy-wise, you do save money.
What percentage of your house/business do you want to offset with solar power?Most people want to offset 100% of their power bill for maximum savings. However you can always start with a smaller system and expand later.