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SPR Report Card 2010 – Part 6 – State Rebate Details

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Published on 08/27/2010 in
Updated 01/18/2019

About the chart above:

Here’s the state by state listing of solar rebates for 2010. In the left column, we list the expected amount of rebate for a 5kW residential solar energy system installed by state. Rebate program details were sourced from the Database of State Incentives for Renewables and Efficiency in August of 2010. Rebate grades are worth 5% of the overall summary report card (see the pie chart in the Part 2 summary grades).

2010 SPR Solar Report Card Navigation:

Part 1, Residential Solar Energy ROI by State
Part 2, Residential Solar Report Card Summary Grades
Part 3, Electric Utility Policies and Rates
Part 4, Solar Incentive Summary Grades
Part 5, Solar Yearly Performance Payments by State
Part 6, State Rebate Details (you are here)
Part 7, Tax Credit Overview by State
Part 8, Property Tax Exemptions
Part 9, State Loans for Solar
Part 10, Sales Tax Exemptions

Last modified: January 18, 2019

4 thoughts on “SPR Report Card 2010 – Part 6 – State Rebate Details

  1. Avatar for Dan Hahn Dan Hahn says:

    Hi Justin,

    Here’s a long list of utility companies offering rebates of $12k for solar energy in Texas. While this is not statewide, the number of utilities participating was significant enough to note.

  2. Avatar for Justin Justin says:

    Please fill me in on this $12,500 rebate in Texas. I can not find any information about this.

  3. Avatar for Dan Hahn Dan Hahn says:

    Hello ab,

    You’re right, those are large service areas. Initially, we had thought they were much smaller. We’ll have to update the rebates grade for Missouri. Thanks!

  4. Avatar for ab ab says:

    Why is Missouri at the bottom? The 2 largest utilities (KCPL & Ameren) offer a $2/watt rebate, which would be $10,000 on a 5kw system.

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