Grants and Incentives:


Federal

Tax Incentives:

The The Solar Energy Industries Association website, Seia, is tracking interpretations of the 30% Federal Solar Tax Credit for residential and commercial PV System owners. We'll explain the benefits and include them in your costs analysis at a site assessment. This is the first Solar Tax credit for homeowners since 1985 and it is good until 2020.
(These statements are for informational purposes only; further details are available at www.dsireusa.org. The Customer should consult a professional tax advisor on eligibility and application for these tax incentives.)


Massachusetts

Tax Incentives:

Massachusetts has an income tax credit for individuals who install renewable energy systems (solar or wind power) for their primary residences. The credit is 15% of your cost of the system, including installation, up to a maximum of $1,000. Additionally, the purchase of a PV system to be installed on a primary residence is exempt from Massachusetts sales tax. Commercial owners or non-Massachusetts residents, we would be happy to explain other federal and state incentives.
(These statements are for informational purposes only; further details are available at www.dsireusa.org. The Customer should consult a professional tax advisor on eligibility and application for these tax incentives.)


SREC II Program

Massachusetts PV systems are eligible for the SREC II production incentives.

Please view our SRECs Solar RECS Info.


Agricultural Projects

Several Federal and State programs offer grants on a competitive basis for PV installations on farms. Please call BPVS for further details.




(These statements are for informational purposes only; further details are available at www.dsireusa.org. The Customer should consult a professional tax advisor on eligibility and application for these tax incentives.)