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Good news for solar power in Wisconsin

Posted by Adam Sewall In Thursday, May 21 2009 under: Wisconsin Solar, MGE, incentives, Solar Energy, Energy Policy, Cost and Financing

The installed cost of solar photovoltaic (PV) panels is partly a product of solar energy incentives designed to lower out-of-pocket costs and boost adoption. These incentives include: (1) a 30-percent federal renewable energy tax credit; (2) any solar tax credits, rebates or production-based incentives available in your state. Given that these kinds of solar incentives can help lower costs by between a third and half, depending on the state and/or utility, it's no wonder that some state programs -- like Connecticut's -- are regularly oversubscribed.

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