Control over your energy supply is control over your life—and right now it’s a good time to make the switch and take control with All Energy Solar. Incentives to go solar are still available and new financing options can make the transition even easier.
Residential and commercial customers are eligible for a federal tax credit for 26 percent of the cost of their system if installed in 2020, but time is running out to take advantage of this incentive—stepping down to 22 percent for installations starting in 2021. After 2021, the residential credit will drop to zero and the commercial and utility tax credit will drop to a permanent 10 percent. In addition to the tax credits and local solar rebates, low interest rates and $0 upfront make a solar loan another affordable option for those thinking about making the switch.
And believe it or not, making that switch and becoming part of the solar wave is simpler than ever before. The first step is to request a free virtual consultation to determine if your property is a good candidate for solar. If it makes sense, All Energy Solar takes the lead on completing paperwork, as well as help to structure monthly financing or other payment options.
But don’t just take our word for it; our customers say it best.
“I had researched solar systems online, but meeting with All Energy Solar was what showed me in black and white that it made financial sense,” says Lonnie Van Klei of Hugo, who had a solar system installed by All Energy Solar in 2015. “The installation itself went by quickly, and the value became real at the point where I received my rebate on my taxes. My Xcel Energy rebate followed the next year. Now, I’m really seeing the cost savings—I’ve averaged a $14 electric bill in each of the past two years.”
Unlike solar energy, funds for programs like Xcel Energy’s Solar*Rewards have limits. Applications often require a bid, which in turn, requires a free virtual consultation to be scheduled. In short: If you’re thinking about going solar and want to take advantage of the best financial incentives, it’s time to get started and make hay while the sun’s shining!
“We recommend anyone looking at clean energy solutions contact a reputable, local solar installer like All Energy Solar for advice. We are doing free virtual consultations and can help walk customers through their options for tax credits, rebates, and financing,” says Michael Allen, president and co-owner of All Energy Solar. “There’s never been a better moment to save with solar.”
All Energy Solar’s calendar for 2020 projects is nearly full. Get in touch with as soon as possible if you are interested in the possibility of installing solar before the incentives drop!