More about solar power in Georgia
Georgia's solar energy outlook is good for a number of reasons. First, the state gets plenty of sun. Second, Georgia lawmakers have taken steps to promote the adoption of solar power: they provide, for example, a 35% tax credit for residential solar photovoltaic (PV) panels and solar thermal (solar hot water) systems, worth up to $2,500. Third, a number of Georgia's utilities provide rebate programs that help lower upfront costs even more. Finally, the cost of installing a solar energy system in Georgia is lowered further still by the 30% federal renewable energy tax credit. (And, even better, commercial systems installed in 2009 and 2010 may receive a 30% solar energy grant instead of the tax credit.) Together, these incentives can make solar a cost-effective energy option for hundreds of Georgians.
Among the Georgia solar installers above, you'll find an array of service offerings: solar panel installation, solar thermal system installation, LEED-certified building and contracting, home energy audit rating system (HERS) experts, and miscellaneous renewable energy consulting services. To get started on your project, simply fill out our solar information form. It's easy and only takes a few minutes to complete. After we learn about your monthly energy use, we'll work with our local solar installation partners to get you quality service and an unbeatable price. It's free. It's easy. So what are you waiting for? Be the next person to get solar in GA!