Challenging Times for All of Us

November 7th, 2022 | by Anne Brock
Community Solar Installation

Last Updated on November 7, 2022 by Anne Brock

We as a country have been going through some challenging times the past couple of years and we need everyone’s voice.  GO VOTE.  We’ll get this figured out together as we always have. Once we get through the election, let’s start building certainty across the board.

Solar Alliance is always here to support your efforts for a brighter future full of economic development, energy independence and environmental stewardship. Solar Alliance is completing multiple solar projects in the final weeks of 2022, while we’re planning for new commercial and residential projects in 2023.

Here’s what we’re anticipating for December:

More guidance from the Internal Revenue Service about 30% tax incentives for businesses plus 30% direct pay for nonprofits after the landmark Inflation Reduction Act was passed.  Ask your accountant how this could benefit you.

Here’s what we’re watching for in early 2023:

An anticipated increase to 50% of solar project coverage for the spring round of USDA Rural Energy for America Project (REAP) Grants.  We’ve helped bring millions in previous grant and incentive dollars to businesses that installed solar, and we can help you every step of the way.

Here’s an idea to think about if you’re making long-term business plans: Solar can help you save big over the long-term because of the levelized cost of energy.  The investment up front could help you predetermine what it will cost to power your business, hedging against future energy spikes.

Renewable, Distributed energy decisions are more relevant than ever in business and our communities, so we’re here to help. Looking forward to more conversations about solar, savings and resilience.

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