Canyon Lake is a part of the Texas Hill Country and plays an important part of the recreational life in the area. With over 227 sunny days per year, it’s no wonder hill country residents refer to the lake as “The Jewel.” Read more to see how solar in Canyon Lake can really make your property shine!

The utility company in the area is Pedernales Electric Cooperative (PEC). The cost of electricity has gone up in 2022, and the rate changes based on time of day and time of year. Essentially, the less energy you use when you it’s hot, the lower your energy bill.

If you don’t like using A/C this approach would be perfect for you. Fortunately, for everyone else, there are other options. 

canyon lake electricity rate
Source: https://www.pec.coop/your-service/rates-pricing/time-of-use/

Solar Quote in Your Area

Going solar isn’t for everyone, but getting your home evaluated is a free and customized approach to finding out if it’s right for your family. When you meet with a Solar Edge Pros consultant, we will learn more about your energy goals over the long-term. Using a current electric bill, satellite software and your goals, we can help you make the best decision in saving money. Meet with us today for a free solar evaluation for your home or commercial property. We can install any solar panel and inverter you prefer.

Solar Installations in Canyon Lake

We make going solar an easy process for Canyon Lake residents. Our installations are approved by PEC, and we do all of the necessary legwork for you.  Once your panels are installed, you can monitor their production in real-time thanks to an easy to use app. Learn more about the solar process by reading about Andrea’s experience.

Canyon Lake Solar FAQs

Canyon Lake sees on average 227 sunny days per a year, which is 22 days more than the national average. PEC’s average electricity rate is $0.1033/kWH (including fees), which is slightly higher than the national average, as based on Findenergy.com research. With all that in mind, yes. Canyon lake is a great place for solar panels, especially considering the price of electricity is only going up. 

On average, solar panels increase the value of your home by 4%. They do not increase property taxes. Texas offers a state-wide property tax exemption for solar panel system owners. This means you will not have to pay additional taxes for the increased value of your home.

Yes.

The net-metering program allows property owners to store excess solar energy onto the grid for later use. PEC, GVEC, and NBU all offer net-metering services to Canyon Lake residents.

A Solar Edge Pros client in Canyon Lake can expect to pay an average of $32,000 for an eight-kilowatt residential solar panel system. This is after the federal solar tax credit.

The price includes the cost of solar panels, mounting equipment, inverters, conduit, labor and project management costs such as permits, inspections, and HOA Approvals. Read more about the cost breakdown in our article on how much does solar cost?

Theoretically, yes. One could get battery backups and solar panels to be entirely independent of the Texas electric grid.

However, your property will most likely still require an electric meter that connects to the electric grid, depending on jurisdiction.

Solar panels do not require daily maintenance, but there are a few things you can do to ensure high efficiency in production levels.

Clearing away dirt and debris will help your panels maximize their energy output.

We at Solar Edge Pros will monitor your panels to ensure they are working properly. However, if you notice any issues with your panels please call us at (210) 401-9030. We will be happy to inspect, maintain, or repair your solar rooftop, solar carport, or solar ground mount.

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