The average energy offset from a commercial solar installation is around 75%. Saving money on energy costs means your business can lower operating expenses and improve its bottom line. While every business is different the savings from a solar investment lasts in the long term- thus taking advantage of ‘free- energy’ for your business.
The Commercial Solar Investment Tax Credit (ITC) allows businesses to take advantage of a 30% deduction of the cost of their solar project investment as a credit against their federal tax liability. The tax credit steps down at the end of 2033, so the time is now to take advantage of the full 30%.
More and more businesses are adopting a ‘green’ initiative within their business model. Solar for your business as an investment shows that you are at the forefront of technology and have adopted an environmentally responsible approach for your business.
Businesses that Have Benefited from Commercial Solar
Commercial Solar Investment Incentives
Federal ITC Program
The Solar investment tax credit (ITC), also known as the Federal solar tax credit, allows Commercial solar customers to take 26% of their solar investment as a credit against their federal tax liability. The ITC applies to the complete costs of commercial solar systems, and there is no cap on its value (though the Commercial solar customer must have a tax liability to benefit from a tax credit).
Accelerated Depreciation (MACRS)
Commercial clients may also benefit from accelerated depreciation (MACRS) on their Solar investment. After applying the 26% Federal ITC, 87% of the solar investment solar can be depreciated. Since the MACRS benefit is a deduction, the MACRS final cash impact depends on the companies marginal tax rate.
State Tax Credits
South Carolina business owners can take advantage of a 25% SC Solar Tax Credit to help cover the cost of their solar system. This is addition to the Federal ITC Tax credit, letting SC business owners take up to 51% of the cost of their system in tax credits.
Local Utility Rebates
Duke Energy Carolinas and Duke Energy Progress offer a rebate to North Carolina businesses that invest in solar. This first-come, first-served rebate is sent as a check after your installation is complete.
We partner with you to share the success of commercial solar
Since 2010 Renu has partnered with top businesses and non-profit organizations across the United States to share the story and benefits of solar. More and more businesses are able to make the move to utilizing the power of the sun to change the way they view energy usage and gain long term cost savings.
Solar by the Numbers
We are very proud of our accomplishments over the years
Installs & Counting
Carbon Off-Set (Pounds)
Years Of Experience
Commercial Solar Stories