Incentives for Solar Panels and EV Chargers

People are starting to realize the importance of using sustainable resources like sunlight, heat, and wind. Even though technology continues to evolve in making products such as solar panels and electric vehicles more affordable for everyday users, some may still face sticker shock. Investing in green energy comes at a price that is well worth the rewards – a healthy and beautiful Earth for centuries to come. Luckily, companies and governments offer plenty of loans, grants, rebates, and tax credits to help keep costs manageable.

Read on to learn more or contact State Electric Company to see how you can save money with your renewable energy purchase. Incentives are ever-changing, so the availability of a specific plan may be limited. State Electric Company has staff ready to assist you in finding the best money-saving options for your particular situation.

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EV Charger Rebates

Many incentives are currently running for electric vehicle purchases and EV charging stations for residential and commercial users. Check with your car manufacture for the specific rebate and incentive information.

The US federal government has a tax credit available for the purchase of a residential EV charger and installation, up to 30% or $1,000 total. You must purchase and install the Enel X JuiceBox by December 31, 2021, as well as claim the credit on your federal tax return.

Navigating these gateways can be confusing and State Electric Company is here to help! We’re happy to consult with you to determine your electric needs and propose viable and affordable solutions. State Electric Company is committed to sustaining the electrification of the nation through renewable energy sources.

Michigan is partnering with DTE and Consumers Energy to offer these incentives and rebates:
Residential Homeowner Looking for EV Charger Rebates?

Visit DTE’s Charging Forward Residential and Commercial programs.

Business or Commercial Customer Looking for Rebates?

Visit DTE Energy for EV supply infrastructure and charging stations incentives.

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Solar Panel Rebates

The main residential solar panel incentive running in 2021 is the Investment Tax Credit (ITC). The solar tax credit is currently worth 26% of the cost of your solar installation, including equipment and labor costs. Based on the current average price for solar panels, a typical homeowner can expect a tax credit between $4,000 and $6,000. The actual amount you receive will vary due to various factors such as the size of your system, etc. To qualify for this tax credit, you must be the solar panel owner and pay federal income taxes.

You may also enroll in Michigan’s credit program through Consumers Energy here called Michigan Renewable Energy Credit.

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