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We provide the honest and simple basics to solar. We will inform you of the real world things you need to know while we handle all the technical stuff (unless you want to know of course!) There are different programs and incentives for different markets, which are listed on this page.
Residential Solar is unique in Georgia and South Carolina.
In Georgia, the public service commission set regulations that all power companies must purchase power from solar customers at a wholesale rate when interconnected to the electric grid. Currently, that rate is 3.5 cents per kwh, helping to create a fair market. However, there are currently no state-level rebates or incentives outside of purchasing all your extra power. Georgia Power has offered net metering in the past and will hopefully re-open that program again in the future.
South Carolina offers several rebates and incentives statewide. The SC state tax rebate is 25% of the cost of the system. The largest credit that can be applied in a single year is $3500 or 50% of your state tax liability, whichever is less. If you have service with Duke Power, they offer a $1 per watt rebate off the cost of the system. They're currently offering net metering, but it must be applied for.
All residential systems qualify for the national tax incentive of 30% for solar and now includes 30% for battery systems that do not charge from the grid.
Solar is a great asset to a home and adds value to the resale of your home. These systems can be paired with batteries or generators for uninterrupted backup power during outages, helping to give you and your family security and comfort in your home.
Any building or property that is owned by your company and used for business is a prime location to include solar. The obvious benefits are lowered operating costs, better profitability, and being a more environmentally friendly organization. But here are additional benefits our customers have seen:
In addition to the continued benefits the system provides, you are also able to take advantage of these immediate incentives:
This is our bread and butter; we know the agricultural industry and what it takes to operate a farm outside of solar. We feel this gives us a distinct advantage when it comes to designing systems that truly work!