The great state of Minnesota has a lot going for it, including moderate climate and ample sunlight compared to many other states – particularly those who lie southwest. Minnesota, which currently sits at number 10 on this list of top ten sunniest and most benefiting from photovoltaic systems has a lot going for it with rebates as well tax exemptions that make investing in clean energy very attractive! With so many tax credits available, it is easy to see how this policy can truly pay for itself!
The cost of residential electricity can be really expensive in Minnesota. If you live there, then chances are that your bill is way higher than it should be and people from other states might think this too!
The prices of electricity are high in Minnesota. Around the United States, it costs about $0.1042 per kilowatt/Hr as opposed to an average cost for a Minnesota resident who pays around $0.1409 cents on their bill each month! The price difference doesn’t seem like that much but there is still a considerable difference if you’re going through more than one thousand kWh’s worth of energy per day. That equals a difference of over $400-600 a month!
There are many factors that influence solar savings. The careful calculations of each estimate requires time you don’t have when your team is busy with current installations and new leads, but luckily there’s an easy solution! Contact Glyde Solar for a quick and easy quote!
What if we could harness the power of our own sun? With solar panels, that’s exactly what you can do! These handy devices are made up primarily out high-quality materials and will generate electricity from incoming sunlight. The “photovoltaic effect” converts this captured energy into an electrical current which then travels through wires to your home or other appliances as needed— saving money on costly utility bills!
There is a great opportunity to take advantage of in Minnesota that rewards you for going solar:
1. A 26% federal tax credit is available for purchased home solar systems installed by December 31, 2022. All you have to do is fill out the federal tax forms and the system will partially pay for itself.
2. Minnesota Tax Exemption: The best thing about going solar in Minnesota is that you don’t have to pay any taxes on your purchase. That’s right, when you purchase your PV system there will be no sales tax, meaning that you could see an immediate price reduction and you’ll also pay no property tax on the increase of our home’s value after you go green!
3. Talk to your utility company about rebates! There are many rebates for solar panels in Minnesota, but the amount you receive depends on what type of system and where it’s located. For example, per installed kilowatt, you could earn a rebate of $500-$2000! The Total rebate could be between $2000 and $30000 so make sure to check with your local utility company for the exact information.
The benefits of solar energy are clear, as it can reduce greenhouse gas emissions and mitigate climate change. Furthermore this renewable source has an important role in protecting humans from air pollution by improving quality-of life while simultaneously reducing water use for electric production purposes!
We are a company that offers solar energy services in the form of installation, financing, and after-installation support. We will go to great lengths for our customers so they can have access to clean renewable sources like sunlight!
If you’re ready to go solar today or just want some advice, give us a call! We specialize in residential installations and can provide systems for $0 down. Our team of experts is always happy to help with any questions that arise during your project so don’t hesitate on getting them answered as soon as possible. It’s never been easier than now—or cheaper either; Glyde’s top priority is making clean energy accessible across most homes throughout the state by providing affordable price points while still delivering high-quality service all at once.