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Nebraska has plenty of sunshine that keeps its crops growing. In fact, Nebraska is listed as one of the top 20 states with the most sunshine according to the NREL sun index. Now, what to do with all that extra sunshine?
If you’re a homeowner, there’s no better time to turn that sunshine into savings by going solar. Wondering why you should switch to clean green energy instead of relying on fossil fuels the electric companies are offering up? There are lots of great reasons people are choosing to go solar across the state of Nebraska including environmental concerns and increased home value.
Call (866) 450-1012 or complete the questions and an ADT specialist will contact you with a quote.
Nebraska also has some pretty great incentives for going solar, including:
Another great way to get the most out of your solar panel system is something called net metering. Net metering is a system in which you sell any excess electricity produced by your solar panels to your utility company. They will then credit your account for this energy, which reduces your monthly bill even further. Currently, the following utility companies in Nebraska offer net metering: Omaha Public Power District (OPPD) and LES.
The Solar Investment Tax Credit offered by the United States federal government is available to Nebraska homeowners. This incentive provides a 30% tax credit of the entire solar system cost, including a battery system. And if you don’t use all the tax credits the first year, they roll over to the next tax year.
So what are you waiting for? Now is the time to reduce or eliminate your electric bill, as well as increase your home value, and reduce your environmental footprint.
We install solar and roofs in Omaha and surrounding areas. Contact us today to see if we service your area.
*Tax and credits or incentives including those provided by federal, state, or local governments may change or end. This can impact the amount of money you might save. Consult a tax professional to understand any tax liability or eligibility for any tax credits that may result from the purchase of your solar system.
**If you have taxable income and own the system, you may qualify for the federal investment tax credit (ITC). It is your responsibility to determine your eligibility and to apply. Consult a qualified tax professional for assistance and details.