Why Go Solar in Nevada

Nevada gets some of the strongest sunshine, making it a great state for solar. It ranks 4th* in the nation for solar development. The Silver State also offers great incentives to help you go solar. The state has mandated 50% of energy be from solar by 2030. Not only will you be investing in your home, but you have the possibility to money on your energy bill and help the environment.

Solar Incentives in Nevada

Nevada home solar power systems that produce up to 1MW are eligible for net metering unless those systems produce more than 150% of their peak demand. The Nevada metering system operates in rate tiers. The sooner you go solar, the higher likelihood of being accepted into a higher tier with higher rates. If your system produces more electricity than you consume in a billing-month, you will receive a credit on your next bill. These credits have no expiration. Nevada currently uses time-of-use (TOU) electricity rates. This means you may have to pay higher rates in the evenings. You can secure your solar savings by installing batteries to your system.Nevada homeowners are also eligible for the Solar Investment Tax Credit (ITC).*** The ITC allows you to deduct 26 percent of the cost of installing a solar energy system from your federal taxes.*
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Benefits of Solar in Nevada

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Lower your energy bills

There is a potential for savings in an average Nevada home. We try to design your system to offset your electricity consumption so you are covered, even during peak months. With solar, your home will run on sunshine during the day, letting you possibly avoid high peak rates. You can continue to save at night with batteries, making sure you don’t use anything from the grid.

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Prepare for outages

Power outages are inconvenient, especially during hotter months. Scheduled maintenance or unforeseen weather can cause outages for Nevada homeowners. The best thing you can do is be prepared. During an outage, you can keep your home running. As long as you have batteries, you won’t be left in the dark. Talk to your dealer about what batteries are the right fit for your system and lifestyle.

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Preserve Nevada’s outdoors

Nevada has the most beautiful parks, peaks, and canyons. It is no wonder residents are looking for ways to preserve the state’s outdoor treasures. Going solar can make a difference. It reduces your carbon footprint and preserves the state for future generations. By going solar you can feel good about the difference you are making to your environment.

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Have predictable payments

Warm Nevada months can make your bills a mystery. Solar can help you budget monthly energy costs and focus on what is important. With batteries you will be less subject to high time of use (TOU) rates. As for your energy utility bill, in some cases you may only have a minimum bill. Make your monthly budget easier by making it more predictable.

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Invest in your home

If you ask your neighbors, some of them have already gone solar to invest into their homes. According to the National Realtor Association, Going solar may add equity and may help your home sell faster. Nevada homes are currently valued at $332,501,* that is an 8.6% annual increase from last year. Instead of giving your money to your utility provider, consider reinvesting into your home.**

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