Texas is the nation’s fifth-largest state for installed residential solar capacity. Thanks to falling hardware prices, solar panels are worth it in Texas! To get the most value out of installing solar panels in Texas, you need to do your homework before going solar. You need to choose your retail electric provider, and depending on where you live, there may be dozens to choose from. Additionally, based on your region, there may be local incentives that can save you money when going solar in Texas.
Texas’ deregulated retail electric market
One of the first things you should do when going solar in Texas is to choose your retail electric provider. The best place to start is to go to the Power to Choose website. On it, you’ll enter your zip code and answer a few questions, then you’ll be given a list of retail electric providers in your area. You will want to examine each company’s plans for both the rates they’ll charge you for electricity and how much they compensate you for energy produced by your solar system.
Learn more about the types of electric utility plans offered in Texas
Retail electric providers that offer solar incentives in Texas
There are over a dozen retail electric providers that offer some form of incentive for going solar. Freedom Forever recommends that you consult with one of our independent authorized dealers in your area to get current information about any company that offers solar incentives. The terms, conditions, and benefits offered by Texas utility companies are subject to change at any time. You will also want to find out how that company compensates you for solar power supplied to the grid from your system.
Freedom Forever serves the Austin, Dallas, Houston and San Antonio markets
If you plan to go solar in Texas, you can go solar with confidence thanks to Freedom’s 25-year guarantee. Our guarantee is more than just a product warranty. Freedom Forever guarantees that your solar system will produce the electricity promised with our 25-Year Production Guarantee.
What we do if there is a problem. We monitor your system for 25 years. If we detect that its performance is falling short, we’ll contact you and send someone out to fix it. If the shortfall is caused by something that is our fault, we will compensate you for the shortfall. The amount of compensation you receive will be listed in your contract with us.