New Hampshire Solar Rebates and Incentives for 2013
In addition to the 30% federal renewable tax credit, solar incentives in New Hampshire include an exemption from property tax increases and a per-Watt rebate of up to $3,750 from the New Hampshire Public Utilities Commission. The PUC rebate is available to customers of all electric utilities.
New Hampshire Government Solar Energy Rebates and Incentives
New Hampshire law grants cities and towns the option to offer a local residential property tax exemption on solar electric systems. Many, but not all, cities and towns offer the exemption.
New Hampshire Utility Solar Energy Rebates and Incentives
New Hampshire Electric Co-Op is offering rebates for grid-tied residential solar PV systems under 1 MW. The amount of the rebate is 20% of the installed system cost, up to $2,500.
Other 2013 New Hampshire Solar Energy Rebates and Incentives
The New Hampshire Public Utilities Commission (PUC) provides rebates of $0.75 per installed Watt for residential solar PV systems. Systems cannot exceed 10 kW in size, and the rebate cannot exceed $3,750 or 50% of the installed system cost.