>> I was curious about how the tax credit works. Is it a set amount or
>> does it vary based on the system that is installed? Also, what is the
>> KWH usage for the average home? Our power bill with Duke power of
>> North Carolina generally runs about $125 per month, what system
>> requirements would meet our power consumption needs?
>> Thanks, Rich
The tax credit is unlimited cap, 30% of entire project, hardware and installed cost. Can buy as large a system as you like. I had one customer that bought a big 13kW system and is getting over $18,000 from the IRS paying for a chunk of it. That $18,000 would have gone to washington and completely wasted by the federal government. Instead, he turned it into property, a home improvement, free electricity to boot!
Your footprint, I would recommend our most popular kit. Your best system would be the 4.2 which is our best selling kit. It's 4.2kW and has both wind and solar with emergency power to your home when the grid goes down.
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Here's a couple of other links about the tax credit you could look at.
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