Solar for Your Home
Contact Co-op Power directly at (877) 266-7543 for more information about getting solar on your property.
Putting solar on your property can be a great way to save money on your electric bill. You can see if your have a good site for solar here.
Because the cost of solar installation has been coming down, people have been talking to us a lot about moving from interest to installation. Financing a solar electric system is easier with:
30% of the total cost from the Federal Government. 15% of the remaining cost up to $1,000 from the state.
Solar Renewable Energy Credits (SRECs) are available until mid-2018. SRECs provide additional income by selling solar production “credits” on the market. SRECs are based on the amount of energy you produce.
Producing more energy than you use allows you to sell electricity back to the grid at wholesale prices.
Solar electric purchases are exempt from sales tax. Property tax on added value of solar system also exempt.
Did you know that an average residential solar array prevents over 6600 pounds of carbon dioxide from entering our atmosphere per year? That’s awesome!