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Nevada Homeowners Are Switching to Solar (Without Paying A Dime Up Front!)
With Nevada’s Renewable Portfolio Standard, electric companies are currently required to sell 6% of their power through renewable resources. That number is expected to spike to 25% in 2025 – with nearly 6% of that coming from residential solar panels. If you're looking to switch to solar in Nevada, now is a great time!
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Nevada has the most solar capacity per capita in the US, with 1,240 MW of solar energy for its 2.84 million residents. Right now, the state has enough solar energy alone to power 191,000 homes. With better tax incentives, increased state legislation, and more residents taking advantage of the benefits solar power offers, that number is set to grow in the near future.
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Rebates & Incentives
Nevada has long supported solar energy in commercial projects, and has steadily been upping incentives for homeowners installing solar energy. Programs like the Nevada Energy’s RenewableGenerations package offer incentives of up to $14,000 for private residences. As one of the state’s largest power providers, Nevada Energy also offers credits for excess solar production, and Valley Electric Association provides massive credits for everyday solar electricity.
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In 2017, Nevada passed legislation in support of beneficial net metering for residential rooftop solar customers. This decision increased net metering compensation for excess solar energy and created regulations to protect customers from being treated as a separate rate class. Nevada residents are now being fairly compensated for the energy they produce, and the state’s evolving attention on solar energy incentives and monitoring promise even more benefits for the future.
Useful Nevada Energy Resources
Federal Solar Investment Tax Credit Established by The Energy Policy Act of 2005, the federal tax credit for residential energy property initially applied to solar-electric systems, solar water heating systems and fuel cells.
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