That means you might get a better deal per kilowatt-hour (k Wh) in Dallas, but you might get a bigger rebate on solar in Austin or San Antonio.
So we've tried to use examples that are very neutral and use conservative estimates for how much you're paying. We've examined three scenarios for going solar in Texas, including a solar lease, buying solar with a home equity line of credit (HELOC), or buying solar with cash.
Figuring out the best way to go solar in Texas can be a little daunting.
From loans and leases to power-purchase agreements, there are a lot of options out there.
Municipal utility rebates are saving the day to some extent, but we’ve already seen some of those rebate programs close their doors.
That's why it's more important than ever to look into solar now, before cities like Austin and San Antonio decide to end their very successful solar programs.
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