Commercial Solar Design Company, DBM Solar, Supports Federal Tax Incentive
DBM Solar helps solar design customers embrace a Federal tax incentive before it is set to expire in 2016.
Salt Lake City, Utah (PRUnderground) October 29th, 2015
Celebrating a team comprised of experienced solar engineers with over 20 years of combined experience is Utah’s DBM Solar design company. As Q4 2015 is underway, DBM Solar is planning ahead to what 2016 has to offer, and that includes educating solar clients on the currently-scheduled-to-expire 2016 Federal tax incentive.
In 2005, The Energy Policy Act was established. Under this Federal tax program, U.S. residents can apply for a tax credit when they invest in solar-electric systems, fuel cells, and solar water heating systems. After great success, The Energy Improvement and Extension Act of 2008 extended the tax credit and also encompassed geothermal heat pumps and small wind-energy systems. As of the latest 2008 extension, tax credits are available through December 31, 2016.
Chase Daily, Co-Founder of DBM Solar, comments on the Fed’s solar equipment tax incentive. “The available incentives for U.S. residents are amazing. As of the last extension, the maximum credit allowed on tax incentives was removed. This means that customers can get up to 30% off their solar design services on an occupied residence reimbursed via tax credits. That’s free money.” He continues. “Our goal for 2016 is to expand our educational offerings. The more that consumers are educated on solar powered solutions, the sooner our society can wean itself off of limited, highly polluting, fossil fuel resources. We believe in solar and want to do our best to bring it to the masses via educating.”
- commercial solar design
- PV system design
- residential solar design
- residential solar permitting
- shade analysis
- solar 3D design
- solar engineering
- solar feasibility
- solar permitting
- system design
Solar Investment Tax Credits (ITC) are dollar-for-dollar adjustments to taxable income that would otherwise be paid towards Federal taxes. And consumers are not the only ones to benefit from the introduction of the solar Investment Tax Credit (ITC). The field of solar engineering companies has grown by over 1,600 percent after the 2006 implementation of the ITC.
Unless another extension is filed by the Federal Government, ITC’s are set to expire on the last day of 2016. To learn more about taking advantage of solar Investment Tax Credits, visit www.DBMsolar.com or call 801-690-6517.
About DBM Solar Design and Consulting
DBM Solar design and consulting offers residential and commercial electrical diagrams, engineering services, feasibility studies, and permitting. For those that are ready for quality PV system design and solar proposal services then contact DBM Solar today.