Solar Panels in
Mohave Valley, AZ

Updated 6/25/2022

How much do solar panels cost in Mohave Valley, AZ in 2022?

As of June 2022, the average solar panel cost in Mohave Valley, AZ is $2.42/W. Given a solar panel system size of 5 kilowatts (kW), an average solar installation in Mohave Valley, AZ ranges in cost from $10,285 to $13,915, with the average gross price for solar in Mohave Valley, AZ coming in at $12,100. After accounting for the 26% Federal Investment Tax Credit (ITC) and other state and local solar incentives, the net price you'll pay for solar can fall by thousands of dollars.

Importantly, these costs are typical for solar shoppers comparing solar quotes on the EnergySage Marketplace. When you compare quotes for solar panels on EnergySage's competitive solar marketplace, you can expect to see prices up to 20% lower than working with a single solar company.

Average solar panel cost by system size in Mohave Valley, AZ

System Size System Cost System Cost (after ITC)
3 kW $7,260 $5,372
4 kW $9,680 $7,163
5 kW $12,100 $8,954
6 kW $14,520 $10,745
7 kW $16,940 $12,536
8 kW $19,360 $14,326
9 kW $21,780 $16,117
10 kW $24,200 $17,908

2022 average solar panel cost graph in Mohave Valley, AZ

for a 5kW system

Great Price
$10,285 or less
Market Average
$12,100
Above Market
$13,915 or more

Solar installation costs do not include the 26% Federal Investment Tax Credit or local incentives. Learn more about local AZ incentives, tax credits & rebates.

Payback Period

7.16 Years

20-Year Savings

$70,433

Cost per Watt

$2.42

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