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Financial Incentives for Going Solar

Going solar is an investment. There are many financial incentives for going solar, from federal tax credits to PV buy down programs and public utility net metering, there are options to help you make solar a reality for your home or business.

We listed the options that could potentially be available to you if you are in our service area. When you are ready to start, we can help you with permits and filing paper work, so don’t be overwhelmed.

Federal Tax Credit

Residential & Business 

30% of Net Cost at Installation – Get Forms

By Region*

Roseville

Residential & Business

Roseville Electric – PV 10-year PBI (75 – 100 kW) Step 7: $0.015/kWh: Expires 12/23/2016 – View Program

Roseville Electric – PV Buy Down Program (< 10 kW, Step 10: $0.24/Watt CEC-AC) – View Program

Roseville Electric – PV 5-year PBI (10-25 kW) Step 8: $0.029/kWh: Expires 12/23/2016 – View Program

Roseville Electric – PV 7-year PBI (25-50 kW) Step 8: $0.021/kWh: Expires 12/23/2016  – View Program

Roseville Electric – PV 7-year PBI (50-75 kW) Step 8: $0.019/kWh: Expires 12/23/2016  – View Program

Ukiah

Residential 

Ukiah Utilities – PV Buy-down Program – Residential: FY2016 (to July 2016) $0.56 per Watt CEC-AC  – View Program

Sacramento Municipal Util Dist

Commercial 

SMUD – Solar Water Heater Rebate (Commercial) $0.14 per Annual kWh saved (Max: 30% of Cost or $50k)  – View Program

Residential

SMUD – PV Residential Retrofit Buy-Down: $500 per system  – View Program

PG&E Net Metering

Learn more here.

PACE Financing

Learn more here.

By | 2017-02-14T23:55:03+00:00 November 10th, 2016|Money Saving Tips, Switching to Solar|0 Comments