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When a commercial or residential solar PV system is built in service areas, the owner is able to file for a federal income tax credit. The tax credit for both states is currently 30%.
Commercial solar systems may also take advantage of Accelerated Depreciations (MACRS), which allows a commercial solar project owner to depreciate almost the full value of the cost basis year one.
Click on your state below to explore solar incentives for your area. Eligibility will vary depending on your precise location.
In most areas of New York, there are solar rebates available for commercial and residential solar systems. The amount of the rebate depends on the area and the timing of the application.
Solar homeowners in New York are eligible for a special solar New York State tax credit that is capped at $5,000.
New York State offers a property tax abatement for solar projects installed in New York City, the five boroughs. The solar property tax abatement is utilized over four years. These incentives are for commercial and residential solar projects.
New Jersey has a performance based solar incentive system, called Successor Solar Incentives (SuSI). A solar system earns one credit for every 1,000 kilowatts hours (1 Megawatt hour) that the system produces. For most residential systems these certificates are $90 and most commercial solar systems would receive $100.
In Florida, there is a Net Metering rule. This means the extra solar electric production is able to backfeed to the grid when you have overproduction and then when you need it later you receive the electricity back. It’s a one to one ratio, so residential or commercial solar projects receive the full value of the solar production.
The Connecticut Green Bank Residential Solar Investment Program (RSIP) offers up front cost reduction payments based on how large of a system is installed.
When a residential solar system is installed in Massachusetts, the owner is eligible for a personal income tax credit of $1,000 or 15% of the solar project costs.
A production-based incentive program (in other states they are known as RECs, Renewable Energy Certificates) that pays the solar energy system owners based on the amount of solar electricity that is created.
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