Solar rebates and incentives

SO MANY OPTIONS TO HELP YOU TO GO GREEN

Get the most bang for your buck

What? Clean air, reduced dependence on fossil fuels, saving money over time, avoiding rising energy costs, and becoming part of the green movement isn’t enough?

You need more? Well, okay. We’re not opposed to getting extra benefits for going solar either.

National program: Federal Income Tax Credit

The Federal Income Tax Credit is valued at 30 percent of your total solar system cost. A tax credit is a dollar-for-dollar reduction of the income tax you owe. If you can’t use the full value in one year, you can roll over the remainder to next year.

You should check with a tax adviser to make sure you can claim the entire value. This incentive reduces from 30% to 26% in 2020 and 22% in 2021.

Local programs: Tax credits, rebates, and incentives

In addition to the Federal Income Tax Credit, Washington and Oregon have local solar incentive programs. Click below to learn more about your state’s programs or call us at (206) 707-9937 or (503) 420-8680 and we’ll be happy to explain them to you over the phone.

Grants for small businesses and nonprofit organizations

Our team maintains a list of active grant programs that may be able to help your nonprofit organization or small business go solar. For more information, visit our grants page.

Low-interest financing for homeowners and businesses

A&R Solar maintains partnerships with several local credit unions, banks, and alternative lenders that can help you finance your solar energy system. Select your state below to browse financing resources in your area:

I want to thank you and A&R Solar to helping us achieve our goal of producing electricity on our own. This has been an idea of mine since I was a child. The dream was that we can help save our environment, lower our carbon footprint, and still produce renewable energy has become a reality.

TONY, SNOHOMISH

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