The IRS Will Help You Save On Solar

As costs for solar energy – and renewable energy in general – continue to drop dramatically, it’s now becoming cost-competitive without incentives in many places. Look for some incentives to phase out in the coming years. That said, the full Investment Tax Credit (ITC) of 30% on renewable energy installations is still available through the end of 2019. After that, it gets a bit smaller every year until it’s gone completely in 2022. So, this is a great time to go solar because you can take advantage of both historically low prices AND a 30% ITC on your 2019 Federal Tax Return. Read more about it and see my video on the subject here and call Sunfinity Renewable Energy (or your local solar provider, if you’re not in a Sunfinity service area) today to see how you can save a bundle on energy and slash your carbon footprint in the process!

3 thoughts on “The IRS Will Help You Save On Solar

  1. I know about solar tax credits. I had solar panels installed 5 or 6 years ago. Never pay an electric bill. In fact I get a check from the electric company every month!! Got a credit on my tax return for a couple of years. The only way to go, especially in sunny New Mexico!
    Btw, I bought one of your DVDs about la belle Suisse.

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    1. Thanks, Nancy – we appreciate your support! It helps us to make more shows. As a matter of fact, we have a green light to shoot another Real Rail Adventures episode and perhaps another special on music in Europe. We will leak the juicy details as we can!

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      1. A program on music in Europe would be WONDERFUL! There’s so much to choose from that it would be hard to zero in on just a few places. I learned recently that there is now a summer music festival in my favorite Swiss town – Klosters. I’m sure you can Google it. I even listened to excerpts and interviews. Made me quite homesick.

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