If you install solar panels at your home, will they pay for themselves? Or not? In other words, is it “worth it” to install solar panels?
This guy installed his panels 12 years ago, and he might break even over 25 years. Or he might not. If he were to do it again today, at 2020 prices, he feels like it would definitely be worth it:
This guy talks about ongoing costs of maintenance that influence the payback period:
This guy says his payback period is 7 to 8 years in Australia:
This guy thinks payback will be about 8 years for his grid tied system:
This guy thinks also thinks about 8 years:
Analysis by professionals, which again comes in around 8 years (but it depends on tax credits and net metering laws):
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