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Solar Power in South Carolina

South Carolinians who add solar energy could potentially reduce their current and future electric bills. Request a free quote to see if your property qualifies for solar and battery storage.

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Building a Movement in South Carolina


South Carolina ranks among the nation’s leaders in installed solar capacity, which shouldn’t be too surprising given the amount of sunlight the state gets. At Pink Energy, we’re continuing to grow the solar movement in the Palmetto State to help South Carolinians potentially save with renewable energy and potentially reduce their dependence on grid energy.

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Pink Energy Office In South Carolina


The average electric bill in South Carolina is among the highest in the nation. And with the average amount of sunlight the Palmetto State receives, you could potentially see more savings than most homeowners in the country. Contact the Pink Energy South Carolina office to learn how you could add solar with battery storage.

Pink Energy Columbia Office
(803) 679-2001
2109 Landmark Dr.
Cayce, SC 29033

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Go Solar in SC with Pink Energy


As one of the leading solar companies in South Carolina, we’re proud to install American-made, premium solar panels in Charleston, Columbia, and other cities across the Palmetto State.

To help make solar power even more attractive for customers, we offer an exclusive SMARTPWR360°™ energy efficiency package, battery storage through our partnership with Generac, financing for qualified homeowners, and expert installation. The solar panels we install come with a 25-year manufacturer’s warranty, providing peace of mind for the long haul.

South Carolina Solar Incentives & Benefits


South Carolina homeowners could potentially save on solar power if they qualify for a federal tax credit of up to 26% the cost of your solar panel purchase and installation5 or with other state-level tax incentives, net metering credits, and financing for qualified homeowners. You can also potentially reduce your dependence on grid energy and potentially reduce your monthly electric bill. Learn more about why going solar with battery storage could be a smart investment for Palmetto State residents.

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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.

STEP 1

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.

STEP 2

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.

STEP 3

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.

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Don’t Rent Your Power, Own Your Power in South Carolina


South Carolina is the home of amazing beaches, waterfalls, lakes and the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains. The state gets an average 5.72 peak hours of sunlight per day in the summer and 4.23 hours per day in the winter. This is plenty of sunlight to create the electricity to help power your home.

Solar panel installation in SC can help you combat continually spiking electric bills and potentially save on electricity costs for the life of your solar panel system. And when you take into consideration net metering and federal and state tax credits, going solar has the potential to pay for itself.

Frequently Asked Questions


  • How Much Will Solar Panels Save Me In South Carolina?

    The main reason South Carolina homeowners choose solar energy is the potential reduction they will get on their electric bill. In South Carolina, the amount you can expect to save with solar energy depends on many factors, including where your home is located and the utility which provides your power. Contact one of our solar consultants for an estimate of how much you can expect to save by adding solar energy.
  • Will Solar Panels Damage My Roof?

    Many property owners worry about damaging their roof when installing solar panels. Since a solar panel system generally lasts 25 years or more, this is an important concern. However, when installed properly, solar panels should cause minimal impact to your roof. Instead, they will become an advantage, making your roof an energy generator. When we install your solar energy system, you can be assured that it will be installed properly.
  • Do Solar Panels Work In The South Carolina Winter?

    If your roof gets sunlight, your solar panel system will create energy. Sunlight will still reach your panels even when cloudy or cold. In fact, the colder weather can help your solar panels work more efficiently by decreasing the amount of energy that can be lost to heat. Snow can even improve the performance of your system by reflecting light. However, too much snow accumulation on your solar panels will decrease solar production temporarily.