State and Local Incentives

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Speaking of the tax credits (I mentioned the renewed federal tax credits in my last post), there are a variety of state, local, and utility incentives, credits, rebates, etc.  Way too many—and being changed too often—for me to list here. 

Fortunately, the Database of State Incentives for Renewables and Efficiency (DSIRE) keeps track of incentives throughout the U.S.  The website is updated frequently and it contains information on energy-efficiency and solar (and other renewables) incentives. With this easy to use tool, you don’t have to scour through numerous lackluster government websites full of environmental jargon. 

Check it out and make sure you’re taking advantage of the money, loans, and other help available to you.  (We do this for our customers.)

-Mike

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