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Federal ITC extension: everything you need to know

Homeowners, solar companies, and industry advocates alike were given a big Christmas gift in 2015 when Congress approved the 2016 federal spending bill and extended the solar panel tax credit. The December 18 bill contained a 5-year solar tax credit extension, which makes solar energy more affordable for all Americans. Wondering how this impacts you? EnergySage has the answers.

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Are Massachusetts’ solar incentives the best in the country?

When you think of Massachusetts, you may think of the historical city of Boston, its championship sports teams, or distinctive pronunciation of the letter “R”. Now, it’s time to add a new association to the list because Massachusetts solar incentives and programs are now considered some of the best in the country. In this article, we break down these incentives and explain why solar panels are such a great investment in Massachusetts in 2018.

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How will the 2017 tax bill impact solar?

 The tax bill that Congress passed at the end of 2017 is now officially in effect, and there are changes that impact many industries across the country. Early versions of the bill contained provisions that had the potential to harm renewable energy industries. Luckily, the financial incentives that reduce the cost of installing solar are intact. Below are some of our top takeaways from the recent tax bill.

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Solar property tax exemptions: are they available where you live?

Aside from the Solar Investment Tax Credit (ITC) provided by the federal government, which covers 30 percent of your solar project’s cost in the form of income tax credits, many states offer their own tax incentives to help you go solar. One popular incentive is a solar property tax exemption. Read on to learn how they work, and which states have these policies in place.

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