Yes it is! Solar panels actually produce more power and are more efficient at colder temperatures. Heat is hard on electronics, so winter provides more efficient energy production. Even with that fact, the shorter days of winter are real factors in determining PV potential throughout Alaska. We calculate year-round production so that you can count on over-producing during the summer.
What does residential solar cost?
How does solar perform in high wind areas?
What is community solar and how/ why is it good for Alaska?
What are the maintenance and service costs of solar?