This tax credit is slated to last until 2032 and covers all the costs associated with a solar and/or battery installation. The tax credit can be carried over for 5 years.
For tribes, non-profits, religious institutions, or other non-tax liable organizations, the 30% Federal Tax Credit can now come in the form of the Direct Pay, per Inflation Reduction Act.
Eligible areas in low income areas qualify for an added 10% tax credit or Direct Pay. See map in link below.
Systems installed on tribal lands qualify for an additional 10% tax credit in the form of Direct Pay.
The entire cost of a solar and/or storage system can be depreciated over a 5 year period with 50% extra in the first year, equating to another ~15% off net present value.
A commercial option, using bifacial solar panels that produce energy on both sides and heat welded attachments, solar can be installed on white roofs to claim the roof as eligible solar property for the tax credit, garnering a large additional credit.
For low income or rural areas, a 30% tax credit for all associated costs of installing commercial public EV chargers, up to $100,000 per charger. Homes get 30% back, up to $1000.
45% state tax credit for commercial EV charging stations that are open to the public.