Solar Incentives & Rebates

Solar photovoltaics (solar panels producing electricity) promote national energy independence, high tech job creation, and the reduction of carbon dioxide emissions. The government and utility companies put incentives in place to make solar more accessible, as it benefits the entire country. Each state sees unique solar incentives, and they can be different for residential and commercial scale projects.

Federal Energy Investment Tax Credit (ITC)

This federal tax credit is available to business and home-owners in all states. It is a tax credit for 30% the total cost of your system. Learn more on the Database of State Incentives for Renewables & Efficiency (DSIRE) and from the Solar Energies Industry Association (SEIA).

South Carolina Solar Energy Tax Credit

Business and home-owners in South Carolina can qualify for a tax credit of 25% the cost of system. Learn more from South Carolina's Energy Office.

Modified Accelerated Cost-Recovery System (MACRS)

Business owners in all states can recover their solar investment costs through depreciation deductions. Solar electric systems are classified as five-year property under the MACRS.Learn more on DSIRE.

Duke Rebates

Residential customers are eligible for a rebate up to 60 cents per watt for energy systems 10 kW or less.

Nonresidential customers are eligible for 50 cents per watt and nonprofit customers are eligible for an enhanced rebate of 75 cents per watt on systems 100 kW or less.

To learn more, call now to speak with one of our representatives.

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