Connecticut’s residential electric rates vs. the national average.1
Connecticut’s solar price drop over the last five years.2
Connecticut’s goal to lower greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions below 2001 levels by 2030.3
Connecticut’s residential electricity rates are some of the highest in the country.1 Still, wanting to save money on electricity bills isn’t the only reason why Connecticut residents are switching to solar. By installing a new photovoltaic (PV) system, you can also reduce your carbon emissions and enjoy attractive incentives to lower the upfront cost of solar.
Sunrun is the country’s leading residential solar and storage company.4 We work to ensure you can gain energy independence and make the most out of Connecticut’s solar tax credit, tax incentives and rebate programs.
These Are the Perks You Can Enjoy With New Solar Panels in Connecticut*
*Customer’s ability to monetize rebates, incentives and tax credits depends on several factors, including, without limitation, continued state subsidization of these policies, the applicable Sunrun product type and whether a customer purchases or leases a home solar system from Sunrun.
**We recommend contacting a tax professional to most accurately determine the impact of the solar Investment Tax Credit (ITC) on your federal taxes.