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Utah Homeowners Are Switching to Solar (Without Paying A Dime Up Front!)

With 5 National Parks, 14 ski resorts, and a whole lot of sunshine (the potential to provide the entire US with all its electricity used), it makes sense that Utah’s solar growth is exploding. Just this year, Utah has ranked #11 nationwide for solar capacity installed and solar capacity per capita. Nearly 300k Utah homes are solar powered. We work tirelessly to push the solar movement forward here in our home state and help Utah reach it's goal of 20% electricity from renewable sources by 2025.
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Utah has been in the top 20 states to go solar for the last few years. In 2016 it was ranked 2nd in total solar installs by SEIA. With the state income tax credit, current net metering, and the overwhelming desire of Utah residents to find and use renewable sources of energy and have clean air, Utah is in a unique position to remain a leader in solar installs and renewable energy.

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1,786,120,000 Watts Installed in Utah
$150 Average Yearly Savings!
11th in The Nation State Ranking Solar * SEIA Q4 2019 data
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Rebates & Incentives

The Utah Legislature in early 2017 passed a bill that would sunset the Solar Income Tax Credit. The good news is that Utah residents who would like to take advantage of the tax credit can still claim* the highest credit for a system through Dec 2017 which is amounts to $2,000. The credit will reduce year over year until it closes at $400 in 2021. *Disclaimer: Ion Solar is not a tax consultant and does not offer tax advice. Please consult your tax professional if you have additional questions.

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Net Metering

While net retail net metering is still available, the major power provider Rocky Mountain Power has requested a special rate hearing with the Public Utilities Commission of Utah. Everyone interested in the future of solar will be paying close attention. In the meantime, Utah residents can rest assured that Rocky Mountain Power and the solar industry are working hard behind the scenes to find solutions that will make it possible for residents who want to go solar can continue to do so and be compensated fairly for the power they produce.

Useful Utah 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.


Utah's US Energy Information Administration Profile Explore the US Government's official statistics on supply and demand for energy for Utah.


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