Pennsylvania offers a number very enticing solar incentives that not only make the cost of solar less, but can also lead to you making money. Although there are no statewide Pennsylvania tax credits or rebates for solar, the state does offer substantial solar renewable energy credits (SAECs) and a net metering program.
MOXIE has a location in the College Station area.
If you’re a customer of PECO, Penn Power, First Energy, or another investor-owned utility in Pennsylvania, you’ll be able to take advantage of net metering with a new residential solar system. Net metering allows you to earn credits on your electric bill on days when your system produces more energy than you use. You can then use those credits on days when your system produces less than what you need (can happen in wintertime some).
The Federal Solar Tax Credit is 26% for 2020, but it is scheduled to decrease. The 2021 solar ITC will credit 22% of the cost of your solar energy system from your federal taxes.
On Jan. 1, 2022, the ITC for residential solar installations is scheduled to drop to 10%. After that, the ITC sunsets and is scheduled to disappear after 2022 (but will remain at 10% for commercial installs).
MOXIE is one of the largest solar installation companies in the country. We’ll work with you to create a complete solar system that is affordable, sustainable and dependable.