Users of Minnesota’s Grand Rapids Public Utilities can save even more money when they install solar in 2023 thanks to their current rebate offering.
The Grand Rapids Public Utilities Commission (GRPUC) is offering an incentive for their users who go solar. This rebate is open to any of their users, including residential and commercial properties. You are eligible for $0.50 per watt, up to $5,000. GRPUC requires approval before installation to ensure you meet all requirements for this installation. All installed systems must be between .5 kW to 40 kW and cannot exceed 120 percent of the property’s yearly energy usage. For your installation to qualify for these incentives, it must be done by a certified professional.
While this offering is available now, there is no guarantee that it will be offered again. There is also only a limited amount of funding for the program, and this is a first-come, first-served incentive meaning that if you wait, you could miss out. The electrical grid is filling up, so waiting to go solar could mean you miss out on the opportunity to have solar due to grid congestion.
In addition to this incentive, the federal Solar Investment Tax Credit (ITC) offers up to a 30 percent rebate on your solar installation. These incentives can be used together to maximize your solar panel system savings. While this program was recently extended, there is always a possibility of external factors that could change or even end this program.
Are you ready to see if you can receive GRPUC’s rebate? Get a FREE solar quote from All Energy Solar to start reaping the rewards of the sun. Our solar experts are ready to help you through the entire process of going solar, including finding out what incentives you are qualified for.
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