Think solar has been gone in Nevada for quite some time? Think again.
The Federal Tax Credit Applies To Nevadans — 26 Percent of System = Average of $6,000 to $11,000 in Savings
NV Energy Incentives — ($2,000 to $3,000)
The Renewable Energy Portfolio Standard is why NV Energy has its “Solar Generations” program — to help fulfill the mandated renewable energy standards set forth by the Nevada government.
Surplus Solar Energy and Net Metering ($5,000 to $7,000)
For every dollar of surplus solar energy your system produces, utility companies in Nevada who offer net metering will allow homeowners to earn nearly all of that power’s market value back once excess solar energy is exported back on to the grid. Over the span of a residential solar array’s 30-to-40-year life, that adds up to thousands.
Surplus Solar Energy and Net Metering With the Tesla Powerwall (An Additional $3,000 to $4,000 in savings)
While you’ll get credited 88 cents on the dollar for excess solar power you put back on the grid in the Reno area, the Tesla Powerwall, as a solar storage solution, lets you keep more of all of that power for your own home’s use. Twelve more cents per dollar over the life of your system (30 to 40 years) can add up to several thousand or more in savings.
Pay Off the Rest of Your System With Referrals ($500 to Infinity)
With only a few thousand left to pay for the whole system after all these incentives, simply earn $500 by becoming
our customer and referring a lead to us who results in a successful installation. Join our Sun Share Program today,
with no limit to the number of referrals you can submit and earn from!
Don’t Want Solar? We Can Pay You for That, Too!
Our Sun Split program lets you earn money for referrals who install with us even if you decide not to go solar. There is no limit to the number of referrals you can submit and earn from!
The Public Utilities Commission Renewable Energy Portfolio Standard = More Incentives To Come!
Governor Roger Sandoval instituted a statewide Renewable Energy Portfolio Standard, mandating that 25 percent of the state’s energy output must be through renewable resources, solar included, by 2025. Of that 25 percent, 50 percent must come from measures installed at residential customer service locations, e.g., solar solutions in homes in Nevada.