Best Solar Panel Installation Companies in Kentucky

Finding the Best Kentucky Solar Panel Installers

Find the best Kentucky solar company for your needs from our directory of local solar panel installers below or save time and get free quotes from multiple Kentucky installers to find out how you can go solar today.

How Much Do Solar Panels Cost in Kentucky?

Do you want to know how much solar panels may cost you to buy and install in Kentucky?
Use our simple solar panel cost calculator below to get an estimate of solar installation costs in Kentucky.


Compare Kentucky Solar Panel Installers By City
Compare Kentucky Solar Panel Installers

View our list of Kentucky solar panel installers below or get quotes from multiple companies to find the best deal.

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Solar Energy Solutions

832 Nandino Blvd.

Lexington, KY, Kentucky 40511
812-480-7595
Solar Energy Solutions

832 Nandino Blvd. Suite K

Lexington, KY, Kentucky 40511
859-312-7456
Green Building Group

199 South Broadway

Berea, KY, Kentucky 40403
859-661-5455
A Green Building Group LLC

314 Hunter Lane

Richmond, KY, Kentucky 40475
859-661-5455
Solar Designs

10221 Taylorsville Road

Louisville, KY, Kentucky 40299
507-297-6500
RegenEn Solar

812 E. Washington St.

Louisville, KY, Kentucky 40206
502-650-6276
Avery and Sun

812 Alden Rd.

Louisville, KY, Kentucky 40207
502-741-6944
Earthwell Energy Management

1831 Plantside Drive

Louisville, KY, Kentucky 40299
502-587-8447

Are Solar Panels a Good Investment in 2021?

That is a great question! In a word, absolutely. In fact, with installation costs dropping over 60% since 2010, solar is a better investment than ever before!

And while the price of solar technology continues to drop, the price of utility electricity continues to go up. In the last 15 years, utility rates have increased an average of 2.9% each year.

That is actually the main crux of solar savings. You pay a one-time fee (ie your installation cost) to install solar and you are then able to avoid those utility price hikes - as well as the current high utility prices - for the next 25 years.

Obviously, some states have much higher utility rates than in other states, so solar savings will be greatest in those states, but that doesn’t mean it’s a bad decision in other areas.

Generally speaking, savings follows utility costs, but on average the lifetime solar savings for many homeowners is between $12k and $32k. That is a lot of money saved!

How much can you save by installing solar panels on your home? It is easy to find out. Simply get a free quote and see how much you can save by going solar today!