Starting next year, the federal solar tax credit will drop from 30% to 26% and continue to sunset in the years after. Going solar in 2019 lets you take advantage of the largest solar tax credit available.
Solar is a sustainable investment unlike any other. With federal and state incentives, you can reduce the cost of your array and offset a significant portion of your energy costs for the next few decades.
Taxes and energy costs are expenses you have to pay. But by investing in solar power, you can lower those costs. When you install solar, the money you would have paid in taxes gets invested in your solar array.
Simpleray has been a trusted solar installer for more than a decade. Our staff of financial, installation, and solar engineering experts stay up to the minute with the latest developments in the solar field. Unlike other Illinois solar companies, we maintain multiple NABCEP certified engineers on staff to ensure safe and reliable solar array design.
As an Illinois solar installer with a team of experts on staff, we take special pride in keeping a comprehensive understanding of the incentives available to our customers. We’ve helped hundreds of customers all over the Midwest offset their electric bills by taking power into their own hands, so we know our stuff. In addition to the Investment Tax Credit for Solar, Illinois residents can apply for the Adjustable Block Program (known as Illinois Shines) which can provide a payment for installing solar power.
Together, our experienced team, production guarantees, and industry-leading warranties help ensure that going solar with Simpleray is a dependable investment. We refuse to provide anything less.
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