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The EIA expects the average cost of electricity in the U.S. to increase by 3% in 2017 and 2.4% in 2018. That's two times the national rate of inflation in 2016.

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Owning Your Solar System

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Buying

Start your solar journey with a brand new, fully paid solar power system. Your system will start paying you back with your first energy bill! Whether you pay in full up-front or finance it yourself using a personal or home equity line of credit, owning your solar system outright could be your best option.

The Perks

Your system is paid for and you can sit back and watch the savings. The installation includes 24/7 monitoring and a 20-year system warranty. If you qualify, you could be eligible for federal and state solar energy tax rebates. You can even pay with a credit card (and earn points if you're part of a rewards program).

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The Perks

Depending on the length of the loan and how much energy you use, the total of your loan payment plus remaining power bill could be less than your previous electric bill. 24/7 monitoring and a 20-year system warranty. If you qualify, you could be eligible for federal and state solar energy tax rebates. Check with a CPA!

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Financing

You'll own your solar power system while paying for it over time. We'll help you find a lender through a network of partners we've developed. We also help you find the best possible interest rate. Just like a traditional loan, you'll make a monthly payment until the balance is paid off.

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Solar Incentives

ENERGY POLICY ACT

The federal solar tax credit, also known as the investment tax credit (ITC), allows you to deduct 30 percent of the cost of installing a solar energy system from your federal taxes. The ITC applies to both residential and commercial systems.

The Renewable Energy Systems Tax Credit

The state of Utah provides a tax incentive that equals 25% of the system’s installed cost with a cap of $1,600 for residential systems and 10% of a system’s initial installed cost with a cap of $50,000 for commercial systems.