Policy Makes Going Solar Easy For Homeowners
Congress Extends Solar Incentives Through 2018
October 26th 2018
Power companies are fighting an uphill battle they are sure to lose and they’re blaming customers who are taking advantage of massive government savings programs. Specifically, they are blaming State Rebates that incentivize homeowners to use clean energy by reducing solar power projects to $0 installations.
Until now, solar panels were less about saving money and more about environmental protection. In order to get more people to switch to clean solar energy the federal and state governments are highly incentivizing homeowners who live in specific zip codes to go solar with $1000’s of dollars in rebates and incentives that can cover 100% of the costs associated with a new solar panel installation.
When homeowners visit Energybillcruncher to see if they qualify, many are shocked to learn that solar panels can be installed on their home with no upfront costs after rebates and solar incentives. You can find out which solar incentives are offered in your area by using your zip code. You can even use this tool to help calculate your savings by entering your utility provider and your average power bill. In many cases, customers are saving up to 50% on the cost of powering their home each year.
How Do Solar Programs Work?
Solar panels are much cheaper today than they were 10 years ago, which means millions of homeowners that could not previously afford to do so are switching to solar. Homeowners that qualify for this new program no longer have to buy solar panels. With rebates being as high as they are, homeowners are able to drastically reduce their power bill without dealing with the upfront costs of installing solar panels. Before, solar companies would lose money if they were to rent or lease solar panels; now, one of the nation’s largest solar power providers now claims to be signing up a new solar panel customer every 5 minutes because of these incentivized programs.
Quick Summary: In the past it used to take up to 10 years to recoup your solar investment – now, with 2018 Solar programs, homeowners can use Solar Incentives to offset the cost of their solar installation and start saving money immediately. Click here to see if you qualify >>
How Do I Find Out If My Home Is Eligible?
Click on your state below to check for solar incentives in your region. Once your home is approved, you will have an opportunity to compare the best savings offers in your area.
Act Now & Start Saving Money Immediately
Visit Energybillcruncher and type in your location info to see if your home is eligible for solar. The best part about determining your potential savings is that there is absolutely no obligation to do anything until you realize the savings that are on their way to you. We are experiencing some of the highest rebate, tax credits, and other incentives we have seen in years and many of them will expire this year. In some installations customers are saving up to $14,000 on the setup of a whole-home solar panel system. What would you do with an extra $14,000 in your pocket AND lower power bills?