It’s been known that one the most significant policies toward renewable energy growth in the U.S. is the tax credit that’s awarded to those that go solar. Set to expire in 2019, the solar industry may have not had such a success if it the Investment Tax Credit (ITC) was never deployed. If you have purchased your solar system, the you’re automatically entitled to receive this federal tax credit which is why it’s important to file for the credit for the year that you’ve installed it.
LA Solar Group's growth in the last 3 years demonstrates their determination to be the leader in solar energy. The company has recently opened offices in Bakersfield, CA as Kern Solar Group and Fremont, CA as Bay Solar Group to allow homeowners in those areas the opportunity to receive the same high level of service, quality, and support in their switch to renewable energy.
The Self-Generation Incentive Program (SGIP) provides financial incentives for the installation of new qualifying technologies that are installed to meet the electrical needs of a utility. Energy storage is one of those technologies that has gain popular demand. The purpose of the program for the state of California to reduce their Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions and reduce the customer cost of electricity.