How much do solar panels cost for the average house in Oregon in 2019?
As of March 2019, the average cost of solar panels per watt in Oregon is $3.84/watt. A typical 6000 watt (6 kW) solar system is $23,053 before the federal solar credit and $16,137 after claiming the federal solar tax credit.
Current solar panel cost in Oregon based on offers available from local solar companies for residential solar power systems
|System size*||Average cost
(before tax credit)
(after tax credit)
|4 kW||$4.27||267 sq/ft||$17,060||$11,942|
|5 kW||$3.78||333 sq/ft||$18,910||$13,237|
|6 kW||$3.84||400 sq/ft||$23,053||$16,137|
|8 kW||$3.56||533 sq/ft||$28,466||$19,926|
|10 kW||$3.51||667 sq/ft||$35,127||$24,589|
|12 kW||$3.22||800 sq/ft||$38,661||$27,063|
|20 kW||$2.73||1,333 sq/ft||$54,684||$38,279|
If you enter your zip code into the solar power calculator below you can find out how many solar panels you need for your home and see live current solar prices in your city for that size of solar system. This is the easiest way to cut to the chase because when it comes to solar panel cost knowing the average cost of solar panels (as we display in the tables on this page) doesn't really help you determine solar panel cost you would face to power your home with solar energy. Your home will be different to any other home and so solar panel cost is likely to be different to the average solar cost data.
Enter your zip code and power cost to calculate the right system size for your home and see live current solar offers in your city
|Cost of 5kW system
(before tax credit)
|Cost of 5kW system
(after tax credit)
|Solar panel cost in Baker||$2.76||5.90 kW||$13,810||$9,667|
|Solar panel cost in Benton||$3.07||6.02 kW||$15,359||$10,751|
|Solar panel cost in Clackamas||$4.03||6.68 kW||$20,129||$14,090|
|Solar panel cost in Clatsop||$4.54||7.81 kW||$22,717||$15,902|
|Solar panel cost in Columbia||$4.31||6.63 kW||$21,571||$15,100|
|Solar panel cost in Coos||$4.28||5.13 kW||$21,403||$14,982|
|Solar panel cost in Crook||$3.33||6.80 kW||$16,633||$11,643|
|Solar panel cost in Curry||$2.57||5.99 kW||$12,857||$9,000|
|Solar panel cost in Deschutes||$3.82||5.72 kW||$19,112||$13,379|
|Solar panel cost in Douglas||$4.10||6.04 kW||$20,482||$14,337|
|Solar panel cost in Gilliam||No data available|
|Solar panel cost in Grant||$4.95||0.22 kW||$24,750||$17,325|
|Solar panel cost in Harney||No data available|
|Solar panel cost in Hood River||$2.91||5.91 kW||$14,555||$10,189|
|Solar panel cost in Jackson||$4.10||5.76 kW||$20,483||$14,338|
|Solar panel cost in Jefferson||$3.23||8.11 kW||$16,171||$11,320|
|Solar panel cost in Josephine||$3.78||7.30 kW||$18,907||$13,235|
|Solar panel cost in Klamath||$4.73||6.63 kW||$23,674||$16,572|
|Solar panel cost in Lake||No data available|
|Solar panel cost in Lane||$3.62||5.60 kW||$18,116||$12,681|
|Solar panel cost in Lincoln||$3.79||4.81 kW||$18,926||$13,248|
|Solar panel cost in Linn||$3.69||6.36 kW||$18,434||$12,904|
|Solar panel cost in Malheur||$3.78||8.09 kW||$18,893||$13,225|
|Solar panel cost in Marion||$4.32||6.41 kW||$21,622||$15,135|
|Solar panel cost in Morrow||No data available|
|Solar panel cost in Multnomah||$4.20||5.35 kW||$20,998||$14,699|
|Solar panel cost in Polk||$3.75||6.85 kW||$18,753||$13,127|
|Solar panel cost in Sherman||No data available|
|Solar panel cost in Tillamook||$3.75||6.49 kW||$18,744||$13,121|
|Solar panel cost in Umatilla||$3.07||7.21 kW||$15,355||$10,749|
|Solar panel cost in Union||$2.75||4.99 kW||$13,741||$9,619|
|Solar panel cost in Wallowa||$3.03||6.93 kW||$15,163||$10,614|
|Solar panel cost in Wasco||$3.00||6.29 kW||$14,997||$10,498|
|Solar panel cost in Washington||$4.00||6.37 kW||$19,987||$13,991|
|Solar panel cost in Wheeler||No data available|
|Solar panel cost in Yamhill||$4.28||7.72 kW||$21,421||$14,995|
How our solar panel cost calculator calculates how much solar panels will cost for your house in Oregon?
Whilst it is great to have a ballpark average solar panel cost (see tables above) as a starting point, or even individual current solar offers from solar companies near you this doesn't help you if you don't know how many solar panels you need, how many square feet of usable roof space you have or how the electricity production from your roof may differ from the perfect roof.
The best way to get this information is to request a solar quote from one or more solar companies. However, for those that want to get a reasonably accurate online solar estimate before speaking to a solar company the Solar-Estimate.org solar power calculator has you covered.
The solar panel calculator estimates a system size while only requiring you to enter your address and power spend. It is not as accurate as if you uploaded a series of monthly power bills but it is a good place to start because it requires little effort. If you want to go further it will show live current solar offers in your area and then have one or more local solar companies provide accurate quotes if you validate your contact information.
Generally speaking, the aim of a solar panel installation is to install a solar power system that will produce the same amount of electricity that your home uses. This is because net metering laws limit the size of eligible solar systems to a system producing a similar amount of energy as your house uses.
This is why the solar calculator suggests a size of system that produces the same amount of electricity as what the software calculates you use, based on your monthly power bill. Because the calculator has a database of the electricity rates of your utility it can reverse engineer your usage from the amount you pay.
Calculate the cost of solar panels for your home in Oregon
The "average" home may be nothing like yours and meaningful solar cost information needs to be tailored to the individual. Find out more about how much solar panels will cost for your home and get a solar estimate tailored specifically for your home and energy use.