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1househould details
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2the pitch of your roof ?

The slope of your roof helps determine the type and cost of your installation.


3your roof face ?

Please select which direction the largest portion of your roof surface faces by clicking on one of the directional abbreviations.


4the amount of shade your roof

Choose that option that best indicates how much shade your roof gets throughout an average day.


PANEL COUNT

20

SYSTEM SIZE (KW)

6.20

AVERAGE (KWH)

6,609

ACTUAL OFFSET

50 %

CONTRACT COST

$18,245

TAX CREDIT

$5,473

NET COST

$12,771

MONTHLY PAYMENT

$86
Estimated General Savings
$78

Savings per month

$13,809

Home value increase

$32,514

Saving 25 years

9.79%

Internal rate of return

Environmental Impact
62 tons

System production estimate compared to coal burned

116 acres

Carbon sequestered by acres of US forests in one year

132 tons

CO2 Emissions avoided over 25 years

FINANCIAL OVERVIEW
Estimated Net Payment per Month1
$6

Pre Tax Credit Payment : ($100)

Post Tax Credit Payment : ($104)

Payment w/o Tax Credit Applied to Loan : ($149)

LOAN SUMMARY
$0Upfront Cost
0Down Payment
5.99%Loan Intrest rate
20Loan term (years)

Disclaimer: This calculator provides estimates only. Actual savings may vary from estimated savings. Actual environmental impact may vary from estimated impact. YellowLite does not offer tax or financial advice and you should confirm all such information (such as eligibility for tax credits) with your tax and/or financial adviser.

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