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Solar Energy in North Carolina

Solar Panels in North Carolina

There are currently at least solar panel installations throughout the state of North Carolina right now.

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Solar Power in North Carolina

Solar Energy Levels in North Carolina

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Solar Radiation in North Carolina

Below is a month-by-month comparison of how average North Carolina solar radiation levels compare to average levels in an area with historcially high levels (NV) and one with historically low levels (WA). [1]

→ k/m/d = kWh/m2/day = kilowatt hours per square meter per day.
→ Values listed as 0 (zero) are not available (N/A).
→ North Carolina values listed here are based on the capital, Raleigh.

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Cost of Utilities in North Carolina

North Carolina Electricity Costs

Residential electricity prices in North Carolina averaged 12.02 cents per kilowatthour (¢/kWh) in September 2021, which was approximately 15% less than the overall U.S. average residential electricity rate of 14.19¢/kWh in September. [2]

Solar Power Poll: North Carolina

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North Carolina Natural Gas Costs

Residential natural gas prices in North Carolina averaged $22.89 per thousand cubic feet (Mcf) in September 2021, which was about 13% more than the overall U.S. average residential natural gas rate of $20.22 per Mcf in September. [3]

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About North Carolina

North Carolina ranks 8th among all states in the U.S. with a population of approximately 9,535,483. [4]

NC Solar Power

Solar Energy in NC

To learn more about solar energy and solar power in North Carolina, or for additional solar-related resources in NC, visit the U.S. Energy Information Administration.

Did you know?

Nineteen-year-old Edmund Becquerel, a French experimental physicist, discovered the basis of solar energy in 1839.

Cities in North Carolina

ZIP Codes in North Carolina