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23 April 2012

California Utility Rebate Expiration

Posted in Solar Industry News

Bonus Depreciation Due to Expire by the end of 2012

A commercial solar energy installation on your roof or nearby land can greatly reduce your utility electric bill, yet perhaps you delayed the benefits of saving money with solar energy because didn't have the time to go through the process of exploring whether or not solar makes sense for your organization.

Imagine throwing away thousands of dollars of savings potential because you were too busy.

Solar rebates provided by the Federal government, the State of California, and your local electric utilities have been declining and will soon be completely gone. Find out why now is the best possible time to get all the benefits of solar power, before the rebates expire.

One of the Federal incentives, a "bonus" depreciation schedule for the solar energy asset, is still available, but due to expire at the end of 2012. Specifically, your solar photovoltaic (PV) system must "placed in service" before 12/31/2012 in order to qualify for this valuable incentive.

Discover your potential solar savings with a complementary solar and financial feasibility analysis from Stellar Energy. Our solar analysts and project development team are rebate specialists, who can walk you through the exact incentives available in your area as part of our free project evaluation.

It is fast and easy to discover your solar potential with a no-obligation solar proposal.

Contact Stellar Energy today and find out how much you could be saving ... before it's too late.

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