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Hawaii is a great example of a location ideally suited for solar: with few natural resources except sun and water, Hawaii can't rely on its own coal mines or oil fields to soften the cost of energy for its residents. Yet the state has yet to show real leadership on this issue, outstripped by the sunshine states of Florida and California, but even by New Jersey, New York and Massachusetts. The Hawaii Solar Energy Association (HSEA) is working to change this.

That said, there are plenty of incentives--including utility rebates and low-interest loans--to encourage the installation of solar hot water heating systems both residentially and commercially. It's photovoltaics that are still struggling. But with a 30% uncapped federal ITC in place for 2009 and beyond, the finances are at least a bit better than they have been in the past. Let's hope state legislators follow the lead of the federal and government and many states by working to provide solar rebates, soon. There is already a good tax credit (35%) offered as an incentive for commercial solar installations.

Check out the complete list of information on Hawaii rebates, tax breaks and other incentives for solar power. Whether you're in Honolulu, Hilo, Kailua or any other part of Hawaii, Getsolar.com will help you find the right vendor and solution for your solar energy needs.

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More about solar power in Hawaii

No secret to residents, Hawaii has the highest electricity prices in the country. In 2007, a typical homeowner in Hawaii was paying 125 percent more than the national average; Hawaiian businesses were paying 135 percent more. These inflated prices have a lot to do with the islands' heavy reliance on imported energy, mostly in the form of fossil fuel inputs. Acutely aware of the damage caused by oil price shocks, Hawaii's lawmakers have recently taken strong steps towards improving Hawaii energy independence. Given the state's abundance of sunshine and its southern latitude, solar energy has been a natural choice. In addition to a 35-percent HI tax credit for businesses and individuals who install solar photovoltaic (PV) panels or a solar thermal (hot water) system, there are also low-interest loans and a $1,000 residential solar thermal rebate available. When combined with the 30-percent federal renewable energy tax credit, the Hawaii solar incentives can dramatically reduce the upfront costs associated with going solar. This means more money stays in your pocket, which means a faster payback and higher return on investment. 

For more information on going solar in Hawaii, consider filling out our solar energy information form. It's easy and take only a few minutes to complete. After learning about your monthly electricity usage, we'll work with our local solar installation pros to ensure that you get (1) top-quality service, and (2) the best possible price on your solar energy system. Get solar Hawaii!

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