Tracking Residential PV Prices Across Reports: From $2.80 to $3.70 per Watt

By [email protected] Distributed solar PV prices continued to see a rapid decline through 2017, according to the latest edition of Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory’s annual Tracking the Sun report, published last month. But the study cited prices well above those recorded by other researchers.

According to the report, national median installed prices for residential solar in 2017 were $3.70 per watt (DC), representing a $0.2 cent per watt, or 6 percent, decline from the prior year (all figures in watts-DC).

Non-residential solar systems clocked in at $3.10 per watt, representing a $0.40 per watt, or 11 percent, decline. Installed prices for large non-residential systems

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