Incentives & Tax Info

State & Local Tax Credit/Rebate Information Resources

Tax incentives above-and-beyond the 30% Federal tax credit are available for many residents in specific municipalities. Look for your state below to find additional information as you ‘zoom’ in on your specific state, city and municipalities. Take the time to review this carefully as there are many opportunities available but you will need to carefully go through the information provided on the (DSIRE.ORG) site. Please note information on the DSIRE.ORG site changes often so check back frequently or contact your local municipalities for additional details.

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If you’d like additional information at the source, please visit the Database of State Incentives for Renewables & Efficiency (DSIRE).

Currently, credits and/or rebates are available in the following locations:

California: Anaheim, Azusa, Ballico, Brawley, Burbank, Calexico, El Centro, Ceres, Crows Landing, Delhi, Denair, Diablo Grande, Empire, Escalon, Glendale, Hickman, Hilmar, Hughson, Holtville, Imperial, Keyes, La Quinta, Le Grange, Lodi, Modesto, Mountain House, Oakdale, Patterson, Palo Alto, Pasadena, Ripon, Riverbank, Riverside, Salida, Santa Clara, South Modesto, Turlock, Waterford, Westmoreland, Winterhaven

  • Hawaii: Lanai, Maui, Molokai, Oahu
  • Indiana: All of Indiana
  • Iowa: Eastern Iowa Framers Co-op
  • Montana: All of Montana

NOTE/DISCLAIMER:  Solar Royal, LLC. is not a tax advisor. Taxpayers claiming a tax credit should consult a tax professional with any questions prior to purchasing the product. Solar Royal, LLC. is not responsible or liable for the taxpayer’s ability to receive tax credits.

 

Federal Tax Credit Information

Federal tax credit for solar attic fans, which has been identified as “Solar Electric Property” as defined by IRS Notice 2009-41, “Credit for Residential Energy Efficient Property” as prescribed in the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 has been extended through 2016. Solar Powered Attic Fan are still eligible for a 30% (up to $1,500) federal tax credit on the purchase price of the fan and installation costs. Provided the installation occurs between January 1, 2011 and December 31, 2016:

Download IRS Form 5695 for:

2016

2015

2014

2013

2012

2011

–  additional Form 5695, Residential Energy Credits (IRS) original resources & details –click-here

Download Manufacturer’s Certification Statement  –click-here

Note/Disclaimer:  Solar Royal, LLC. is not a tax advisor. Taxpayers (private or commercial) claiming a tax credit should consult a tax professional with any questions prior to purchasing the product. Solar Royal, LLC. is not responsible or liable for the taxpayer’s ability to receive tax credits.

Energy (Solar) Informational Resources

U.S. Department of Energy: Information on national goals pertaining to the economic and energy security of the United States, scientific and technological innovation, and environmental responsibility promotion.

National Renewable Energy Laboratory: A resource covering the basics of solar energy and all types of technology employed to harness solar power.

American Solar Energy Society:A non-profit organization “leading the renewable energy revolution,” dedicated to increasing the use of solar energy, energy efficiency, and other sustainable technologies in the U.S.

Texas Solar Energy Society: To increase the awareness of the potential of solar energy and other renewable energy applications and to promote the wise use of sustainable and non-polluting resources.

Go Solar California: Information on the California Solar Initiative program, whose goal is to create 3,000 megawatts of solar electricity by 2017.

Solar Energy Industries Association: The national trade association for the solar industry, working to expand markets, strengthen R&D, lower market barriers, and improve solar education and outreach.

U.S. Green Building Council: A non-profit organization (composed of over 12,000 organizations in the industry) committed to expanding the use of sustainable energy in building construction.

National Energy Education Development Project: Promotes an energy conscious and educated society by creating networks of students, educators, business, government and community leaders to design and implement multi-sided energy education programs.