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Solar Panels in Michigan

Interested in adding solar panels and potentially decreasing your monthly electric bill? Read more to learn how you could use solar energy to power your home or business and potentially save thousands.

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Building a Movement in Michigan

Pink Energy is a leading solar company in Michigan, and we’re on a mission to help Michigan homeowners and businesses harness the power of the sun. We offer Michiganders solar solutions designed to meet your needs. Contact us today to join our Michigan solar movement.

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Pink Energy Offices in Michigan

We’re at the forefront of solar energy in Michigan. We have four offices in the Great Lake State to prove it. Contact the Pink Energy location nearest you to go solar today!

Pink Energy Chesterfield Office
(586) 257-0026
56308 North Bay Dr.
Chesterfield, MI 48051

Pink Energy Grand Rapids Production Office
(616) 213-0993
4652 Danvers Drive SE
Grand Rapids, MI 49512

Pink Energy Troy Office
(248) 479-3339
500 Stephenson Hwy.
Troy, MI 48083

Pink Energy Grand Rapids Sales Office
2900 Charlevoix Dr. SE, Ste 140
Grand Rapids, MI 49546

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Solar Power in Michigan with Pink Energy

When you choose Pink Energy, you’ll have access to energy solutions that help you harvest solar power in Michigan. From our tier-1, monocrystalline solar panels, to our SMARTPWR360°™ energy Efficiency package, we help you potentially reduce future electric bills. On top of that, we offer a battery system to help you store and utilize even more of your solar energy.

We also offer flexible financing and a 25-year manufacturer’s warranty on 100% American-made solar panels. See how affordable solar panels can be by giving us a call!

Are Solar Panels Worth It in Michigan?

Simply put, yes. When you go solar in Michigan, you can enjoy multiple solar power incentives, including potentially lowering your electric bills, helping the environment by using a clean energy source, and doing so with flexible financing.

You could become less dependent on utility companies because you’ll rely on the sun’s power instead of always buying energy from the grid. And when you combine solar panels with battery storage, you’ll have access to power during outages. You’ll also avoid the full brunt of routine rate increases imposed by utility companies.

Beyond those benefits, some Michigan utilities offer net metering incentives that help you earn credit on future electric bills based on the extra solar energy you generate. In addition to net metering, Michigan residents also may qualify for a federal tax credit of up to 26% of the cost of your solar panel purchase and installation.5 This incentive falls to 22 percent at the end of 2022 before expiring at the end of 2023. Find out more about Michigan solar power incentives today.

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Our 3-Step Process

We offer an easy, three-step process so that your decision to go solar can be as smooth as possible. Explore this section to learn about each step and see how you can experience the potential financial and environmental benefits of solar energy.


Request A Free Quote

First, submit a contact form and a Pink Energy team member will contact you. We’ll learn about your property and see if you qualify for solar. If you qualify, we’ll schedule your free in-home consultation at your convenience.


Receive A Free In-home Consultation

At your free in-home consultation, we’ll analyze your property and audit your energy usage. Afterward, we’ll present you with a project estimate based on your energy goals. Once you sign your contract, we’ll start the process to prepare your home for installation. When that’s done, we’ll call to schedule your installation date based on your availability.


Schedule Your Solar Panel Installation

On installation day, our installation crew will arrive at your home ready to install your panels. This process includes adding your solar panels to a ground-mounted array or on your roof, and connecting them to your house’s electric box. Next, we’ll check to ensure that everything functions properly. Once everything’s good to go, we’ll clean our workspace and leave your home just the way we found it.

Schedule Your FREE Consultation Today

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Don’t Rent Your Power, Own Your Power in Michigan

With solar panels, you can use the sun’s energy to own your power instead of renting it from utility companies. And because Michigan receives an average of 4 hours of peak sunlight per day, you could potentially see an impactful return on your solar investment before you know it. Contact us to start investing in your solar future in Michigan today.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How Much Will Solar Panels Save Me In Michigan?

    Solar panels help you potentially save money by reducing the amount of electricity you purchase from your local electric company. However, multiple factors contribute to exactly how much you save. Contact us today to find out how we can help you potentially maximize that number.
  • Will Solar Panels Damage My Roof?

    No, not if they are installed correctly. When you choose Pink Energy for your solar installation in Michigan, we’ll take every precaution to reduce potential roof damage. Explore our customer reviews or our portfolio of completed projects to view our track record of successful installations.
  • Do Solar Panels Work In The Michigan Winter?

    Even during the snowy Michigan winter, your solar panels still receive sunshine and therefore generate energy. In fact, solar panels could potentially be even more efficient during the winter because they do not lose energy to heat. Overall, the sun’s reflection on solar panels allows them to work efficiently in the winter. However, do note that solar panel production will be affected when covered by snow.