Though the cost of a new Commercial Solar Energy System may seem daunting at first, governments across the country are proving funds to help you offset the cost of your new Commercial Solar Electric or Solar Heating System.
The Federal Government has a 30% commercial tax credit to help offset the costs of both Commercial Solar Electric and Solar Heating Systems. Additionally, there is no cap on the Commercial Federal Solar Incentives…so, no matter how high your system cost, you will get 30% of returned by the federal government on your tax return.
Additionally, most states, as well as a number of local governments and individual utilities have additional incentives to further offset the cost of your new Commercial Solar Electric or Solar Heating System. These state solar incentives typically include:
- Income Tax Credits
- Cash Rebates
- Sales Tax Exemptions
- Property Tax Exemptions
- Performance Based Incentives
How much assistance (through tax breaks, rebates and other incentives) will your state give you to install solar energy?
How much assistance (through tax breaks, rebates, low-interest loans, etc) will the government give you to install solar energy?