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FIND THE ANSWERS TO YOUR SOLAR QUESTIONS.
Where Do Solar Savings Come From?Did you know the price of electricity has doubled since 2000? With just a little bit of quick math, you can see why switching to solar is one of the best financial decisions a homeowner can make. Let’s say your electricity bill is $150 a month. At a conservative estimated annual increase of 3.4%, you will pay over $100,000 for energy over the next 30 years. With Solar, the energy you produce that is not immediately used will nearly eliminate your electricity bill through net Metering. That means your monthly solar payment is all you pay. And unlike your monthly energy bill, the solar payment eventually goes away while simultaneously increasing your home’s value. You’ve bought your home; why rent electricity?
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NET METERING + FINANCING = NO ADDITIONAL COST TO YOU
Thanks to Net Metering, which allows your energy meter to spin backward when your home produces surplus electricity, your energy bill will be reduced to dollars. That means your locked-in monthly finance payment is all you owe. Go solar today with zero upfront costs and start saving immediately.
GOING SOLAR HAS NEVER BEEN EASIER.
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WANT TO PAY LESS IN TAXES? The Federal Government Will Pay 26% Of Your Solar system in a dollar for dollar tax credit. No Questions Asked.
What is the solar investment tax credit?
- The solar investment tax credit is a federal tax credit that can be claimed on income taxes for 26% of the cost of a solar photovoltaic (PV) system. That’s right, your federal income tax will be reduced by 26% of the amount of your solar investment.
- The system must be placed and begin service during the tax year and generate electricity for a home located in the U.S. So, your new installation in 2022 will be eligible while filing your 2023 taxes.
- A solar energy PV system must be placed into service before December 31, 2022, to be claimed in 2023.
- There is no maximum amount that can be claimed, so take advantage while this offer lasts!