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A combination of Federal and Idaho solar programs are making it possible to get solar installed on your home at no cost upfront while also reducing your monthly bills. Although this program² is subject to change it can save qualified homeowners on average $50-$200 per month over the lifetime of their solar panel system!³ Only some homes qualify, so apply today.
In an effort to reduce demand on the grid, your utility company will now credit your electric bill which can reduce your utility charges by 95% or more for going solar if you submit an application and qualify while this program is still in effect. According to the Department of Energy, residential electricity rates have increased over 20% since 2020⁴, which makes this program more valuable due to current events. Not only will you save thousands over the lifetime of your solar system, the average homeowner in your area will receive $7,391 in government incentives for switching to solar, with $0 down payment.
The Clean Energy Network can pair you with a qualified, local solar engineer who can guide you to maximizing the financial incentives available for your home if you qualify. To see if you live in an active zip code, just answer the questions above.
Solar Exclusive does not warrant, guarantee or otherwise advise its consumers about specific tax outcomes. Consult your tax advisor regarding the solar tax credit and how it applies to your specific circumstances. We are proud to be an American company providing solar alternative choices, and introductions to independently offered rebates and savings offers. We are not sponsored by, endorsed or related to any specific government agency or program.
1. Customer satisfaction rating for Solar Exclusive, LLC here. 2. “No cost” solar refers to solar lease programs. Rebates and incentives may vary. See terms for details. 3. Based on 20 yr. proj. energy costs and aggregate customer savings (additional data here re: home values). 4. Source: https://www.eia.gov/electricity/data/browser/#/topic/7