FL Solar Tax Credit
Florida Solar Investment Tax Credit (ITC)
What is the Florida Solar Tax Credit?
The solar Investment Tax Credit (ITC) is one of the most important federal policy mechanisms to support the growth of solar energy in the United States.
Since the ITC was enacted in 2006, the U.S. solar industry has grown by more than 10,000% - creating hundreds of thousands of jobs and investing billions of dollars in the U.S. economy in the process.
In 2015, SEIA successfully advocated for a multi-year extension of the credit, which has provided critical stability for businesses and investors.
How Much Money Will the FL Tax Credit Save You?
Despite the overwhelming success and popularity of the ITC, the value of the credit has, unfortunately, been decreasing since 2019. Thankfully the current rate of 26% was extended at least an additional year due to covid.
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Additional Solar Tax Credit Information
SEIA also supports legislation that would extend the benefits of the Investment Tax Credit to energy storage.
- The ITC is a 26 percent tax credit for solar systems on residential (under Section 25D) and commercial (under Section 48) properties. Section 48 commercial credit can be applied to both customer-sited commercial solar systems and large-scale utility solar farms.
- The residential and commercial solar ITC has helped the U.S. solar industry grow by more than 10,000% percent since it was implemented in 2006.
- 26 percent for projects that begin construction in 2020.
- 26 percent for projects that begin construction in 2021.
- The ITC has been scheduled to drop down to 22% in 2022.
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