Residential Solar Photovoltaic (PV)
Effective: October 1, 2004
CCEF now offers rebates for Connecticut residents
who install solar photovoltaic systems on their homes. The incentives are
available only through participating installers that have been designated by
CCEF. Systems may be of any size but must be connected to the electric grid.
The program offers an incentive of $5 per Watt (PTC rating) for the first 5kW of
system and installation costs, with a maximum rebate of $25,000 per household.
Homes can be one to four family residences.
CCEF has selected a group of professional solar PV
installers. These companies provide consumers with information and details of
installing a residential solar PV system. The installers apply for the
incentive on behalf of state residents and reduce the cost of the solar PV
system by the amount of the rebate. They are responsible for all the paperwork
necessary to obtain the incentive from the Connecticut Clean Energy Fund on
behalf of state residents.
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