Solar Co-op Program extended to August 31, 2019!
Tier 2 price discounts are now in effect!
Our first installation under the Solar Co-op Program is up and running. Four additional contracts have been signed for solar installations, bringing the total contracted to 50.48 kW. We are now realizing Tier 2 discounts on installations – and quickly closing in on the next price reduction, Tier 3.
The special pricing under the Co-op Program expires on August 31, 2019, so don’t delay! For more information about the Co-op Program contact Danny Chiotos at 304-886-3389 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Broadlands has installed 128 solar panels on the roof of the Nature Center and is generating power to offset the usage for that building. This nearly 40 kW system can potentially offset over 40 tons of CO2 emissions each year!
Our contractor, mtvSolar, is offering a Co-op Program through June 30, 2019 EXTENDED to August 31, 2019. The more Broadlands homes that go solar, the lower the cost of each system. For more information about the Co-op Program contact Danny Chiotos at 304-886-3389 or email@example.com.
Example: A resident purchases a 6.8 kW system near the beginning of the Co-op Program period at Tier 1 pricing. During the Co-op Program period, the total kW installed in the community reaches 78kW. All residents now qualify for Tier 3 pricing. The resident above receives a rebate from mtvSolar, as the price per watt is less in Tier 3 pricing.
The more kW sold in the community, the lower the pricing for everyone.
This is a simple example of the Co-op Program pricing only and does not take into account federal, state or local tax incentives or exemptions, which could provide additional savings.
If you own a commercial building in Broadlands, you can also benefit from the Solar Co-op Program Pricing. Contact Danny Chiotos at 304-886-3389 or firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Business owners can also benefit from:
30% Tax Credit
Depreciation of the system cost as a reduction in your business’ taxable income