What Utahans Should Know About Utah Solar Policy

Utah Solar Power Is Growing

As Utahans, we respect clean air and healthy recreation. However, because we are in a valley, smog will stay until cleared out by a good storm. Over the years, more pollution has found its way into the Salt Lake Valley, hindering our health and activity. Our solution: cost-effective and environmentally friendly power; solar power for every Utah property.

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Follow the pathways below to go on a solar learning quest and become an expert on solar power in Utah

7 Steps to Going Solar

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1 Talk To a Knowledgeable Utah Solar Appointment Setter

The first step before you can get an accurate price is setting an appointment. With Go Solar Group you will talk to a knowledgeable appointment setter. They will get the information needed to size your system and set up an in-person appointment.

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2 Meet In Person to Discuss the Specific Needs of Your Home

Once your non-obligation appointment is set we will send a solar consultant to your home. They will go over the details of your proposal and answer any questions you have about it. This is an educational session and is not meant to be a pushy sales pitch.

3 Learn About the Quality Product Options

We pride ourselves in using quality German-engineered, 310-watt monocrystalline solar panels, and a state-of-the-art inverter. If you would like to use different equipment, however, we can work with you. Go Solar Group will design your solar array for your home specifications.


4 Find Financing That Works For You and Your Utah Home

Once you have decided if Go Solar Group is right for you we will help you check to see if you can qualify for a loan. You can either get a loan or pay in cash. Because owned arrays are more beneficial for you Go Solar Group doesn’t lease their solar arrays.

5 Stress-Free Solar Panels Documentation Completed For You

After you have decided how your system is going to get financed we can start your paperwork. Because Go Solar Group is a full-service company we do all the paperwork for you.

This includes providing the paperwork necessary for federal tax credits. We make sure that all you need to worry about is signing on the line.

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6 In-House Certified Install Crew

Once your paperwork gets approved, we will set an appointment for your install. Go Solar Group has its own certified Utah installers. We make sure that your install is prompt and correct.

7 Watch The Solar Savings Roll In

After installation, net metering, and inspection, you are ready to turn on your system. With a flip of a switch, you can now experience thousands of dollars in savings.

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Who Is Go Solar Group?

Go Solar Group is a family-owned, full-service solar company that was founded in Utah after a service mission in Africa. We believe solar power is a power-full equalizer. We have wielded and marveled over its power and influence to provide economic empowerment to people of all creeds, backgrounds, and stripes, via improved global health, educational opportunity, more savings, and the ownership of the energy production it gives individuals.

After experiencing the benefits of installing solar products for orphanages in off-grid communities and providing an additional 3 million hours of study time for Ugandan schoolchildren since its creation, Go Solar Group founders decided to pursue affordable solar in America to provide more clean energy in Africa.

Since then, the business goal for Go Solar Group has been simple; bring affordable, quality solar products to all Go Solar Group customers.

Specialists at Go Solar Group set the customer appointment, design the solar array, submit the financing, complete and submit permitting, assist with installing the solar array, and even provide tax incentive documentation for your Utah home.

Utah Solar Panels Q & A

If you have questions regarding Utah solar, we have answers.

Do I Need to Own My Home?

Owning your home is very important to the process of installing a solar array.  If you don’t own your home the owner needs to allow the installation. The array will be going on their property and so they need to be on board.

What Does Credit Have to do With Qualifying for Solar?

For many, the price of solar is not something they can pay for in one lump sum. Solar companies are aware of this. As a result, they have created relationships with financing companies they trust.

If you have a credit score that is in the 700's or higher you should qualify for any solar loan. If, however, you have a credit score that is in the high 600s it is worth looking into. If you aren’t sure if your credit will qualify you can call and find out.

Why is Owing Taxes Important for Solar?

Because of the federal solar tax credit, you can get up to 30 percent of your system covered. This is equivalent to thousands of dollars.

People that don’t owe taxes, unfortunately, can’t qualify for this incentive. Because it is such a big chunk of the cost we don’t recommend getting solar unless you can qualify for this tax credit.

Do I Have Enough Usage to Qualify For a Solar System?

For both you and the solar company to benefit you need to use a certain amount of electricity in a year. Solar companies would cease to exist if they couldn’t afford to pay their expenditures. Go Solar Group’s minimum usage for a solar array is 6,000 kWh over a year or an average of 500 kWh per month.

How Can I Maximize My Solar Savings?

If all you did was install solar on your Utah home, you would save money. However, you can optimize your solar savings by completing high-energy activities when the sun is out.

Some of these activities include running the dishwasher and laundry machines. If you have a delay timer on your appliances you can set them to turn on in the middle of the day. If you don't have a delay timer you can turn on these appliances during your lunch break.

Water fountains and pool/hot tub pumps also require quite a bit of energy. If you want to lower your water pump energy consumption consider investing in a couple of items.

A pool timer, a correctly sized pump, and an energy-efficient motor will save you hundreds in electricity bills. You need to circulate your water, but when and how you do it can change how much you are paying.

Is Battery Backup Worth it in Utah?

Regardless of the power source, when the grid goes down so will the power in your home. It is when these outages occur that a battery backup option would come in handy.

Individuals that want to take control away from their utility would be wise to consider a home battery or two, so they can store all their excess solar power and use it to power their Utah home whenever the sun is down.

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