An uncapped 30% federal income tax credit is available to homeowners for solar equipment placed in service before January 1, 2017. Find information about tax incentives at the Database of State Incentives for Renewable Energy. Please consult your tax advisor to determine how this federal incentive may apply to your particular circumstances. (Source: Georgia Power)
Homeowners can claim a 35% income tax credit on solar electric and solar water heating devices installed on a residence (maximum of $10,500 credit for solar electric and $2,500 for solar water heating property). Credit availability is subject to limitations and installation of a Solar System does not guarantee a tax credit. Learn more from the Georgia Environmental Finance Authority. Please consult your tax advisor to determine how this state incentive may apply to your particular circumstances. (Source: Georgia Power)
The Georgia Solar Energy Association, comprised of leading experts in solar manufacturing and installation, academia, finance, and the law is leading the effort in Georgia to promote the economic and environmental benefits of solar energy through education, advocacy and industry support.
We've put together these resources to help inform our members, and the broader public.