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There are many programs and incentives across the country designed to help you install, generate revenue and recoup money from your solar project. Many homeowners are eligible for more than one program, and some of the programs have expiration dates or other conditions attached to them. When you begin your research on the incentives that apply to you, you may run into a lot of confusing technical language. This guide is designed as an introduction to the categories of incentives that may apply to you. For more specific information, please refer to the solar incentives available to you in your state.
The following programs are designed to help homeowners finance their solar projects. These programs will lower the price of your new solar panels to make them more affordable.
Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) programs are available in many states. Essentially, PACE financing is a loan that the government makes to homeowners in order for them to invest in clean energy or energy-saving measures. The loans are repaid over a period of 5 to 25 years through an annual increase in the homeowner's property tax. The goal of PACE is to allow the homeowner to benefit from the money generated by their solar panels before having to pay back the cost of the loan.
Once your solar panels are installed many States and utilities have programs in place that will allow you to save some of your hard earned money by offering generous rebates and incentives. The more electricity your solar panels generate, the more money you'll save. It's a win for the environment and a win for your bank account!
You may see terminology like "before the meter", "behind the meter" and "net metering". These refer to the optimal system set up to reflect your goals. Ask your solar installer which is best for your project.
There may be additional ways to take advantage of programs offered by your local utility. For example, many utilities’ electricity pricing varies with demand, with the highest prices typically during late day and early evening, with lower prices starting around 8 pm. Solar panels generate electricity throughout the day which can then be stored in your homes solar battery. This allows you to access additional energy which can then be used during peak hours. Other utilities offer discounted rates for homes with solar panels to buy supplemental energy or will buy green energy at a premium.
These incentives come into play during tax season, reducing your tax burden.
While you'll wait to receive the financial benefits from tax credits, they're still beneficial for your family’s long-term financial health.
Many homeowners are eligible for multiple programs, from several levels of government. This is called stacking. For example, if you live in Springfield, Illinois, you may qualify for the following:
Afterwards, the percentage slowly declines until it disappears in 2022.
Hopefully, this guide helps you understand the programs and incentives available to you as you consider your solar project. For specific information, be sure to check your state, municipality and local utility. The programs and incentives vary widely in value, application deadlines and other details, but they have one thing in common: all are designed to get your solar project off the ground and onto your roof!
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