Solar Energy is Rising in Northern Utah
A 2018 national report credited northern Utah for being among the top 10 areas for solar power generated per person. But we’re not surprised, are we? With its 226 days of annual sunlight, northern Utah towns like Layton are a great environment for residential solar.
In fact, Utah as a whole is one of the top states for residential solar power generation and boasts an A-rated net metering policy. And with solar system prices dropping by 55% over the last five years, solar panel installations are expected to surge through 2040.
To ensure continued solar affordability, the Utah Department of Energy has released a 10-year solar deployment plan. Our solar company is proud to support this plan and to bring solar savings to more Utahns living in and surrounding Salt Lake City.
Utah also provides great solar tax incentives, but they may not last forever. In addition to a 30% tax credit, Utah offers a 25% state tax credit. Unfortunately, this capped credit value decreased from $1600 to $1200 in 2019, and will go down to $800 in 2020. That means there has never been a better year for you to go solar in Utah than in 2019.
Blue Raven Solar is here to help you cut your utility costs and free up your cash to do more of what you enjoy. Whether it’s adventuring in the world’s best outdoor playground, catching a Jazz game, traveling, or just spending more time with family… solar energy gives you options. What will you do with your solar savings?
We offer $0 upfront for design, permitting, and installation costs
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With Blue Power Plus+ qualifying Utah homeowners get 18 months free solar
Federal and Utah solar tax credits are available
Our BluePower Plus+ plan combines the best financing aspects of a 3rd party owned solar lease, called a power purchase agreement (PPA), with the superior return and flexibility of solar ownership.
Learn more about the cost of solar for your home by contacting us, as the price differs for each system installed.
We make sure you save money in the long run by installing efficient photovoltaic (PV) solar panels, inverters, and other equipment. This also adds to your home resale value should you decide to move.
Your solar panel system is customized for your home, budget, and lifestyle. Our solar company uses modern black-on-black solar panels, which are higher quality and blend in with your roof. The system also includes a 25-year manufacturer warranty along with a production guarantee, a workmanship warranty, and a roof penetration warranty.
The system includes a 25-year manufacturer warranty
We install modern black-on-black solar panels
Become Your Own Power Plant
As America’s #1 solar installer, we continue to grow throughout northern Utah, so please get in touch to find out how we can serve you.
We provide solar to many northern Utah towns, including Layton. Major cities include Draper, Sandy, American Fork, Lehi, Provo, Orem, Spanish Fork, West Jordan, and Ogden.
It’s time to take control of your electricity costs in 2019 with Blue Raven Solar. Give us a call or request a free custom quote. It only takes a couple of minutes to find out how much you could be saving with one of the top companies in the solar industry.
Blue Raven Solar was born in American Fork, Utah and has grown to become one of the most well-reviewed, fastest-growing solar companies in the nation (among the top suppliers on SolarReviews, Google, and Yelp for Layton). As a full-service, in-house solar provider we do not outsource our work to any contractors. This means a speedy installation—1 to 2 months in most cases—and superior customer service for you. We take care of design, permitting, engineering, electrical, installation, paperwork, and everything else.
Did you know that Utah ranks as the 5th sunniest state in the nation? Even with cloudy winter months that produce the “greatest snow on earth”, Utah receives plenty of solar rays. And no city in the state of Utah has harnessed these rays to power homes like Salt Lake City. While there are many reasons why we love SLC, these are the biggest: