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New Hampshire Solar Incentives

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New Hampshire’s residential electricity rates vs. the national average.1


New Hampshire’s solar price drop over the last five years.2


Four out of five homes in New Hampshire get their heat from fossil fuels.3

New Hampshirites pay some of the highest electricity rates in the nation.1 Choosing a New Hampshire solar company like Sunrun to create and store your own solar power won’t just give you more control over electric bills. As the nation’s leading home solar and energy storage company,4 we also work so you can protect your home from outages and reduce your carbon emissions while ensuring you get the most out of the state’s solar incentives.

Available Incentives, Tax Credits, and Solar Rebates in New Hampshire*



Federal Solar Investment Tax Credit (ITC)**

The 26% federal tax credit is available for purchased home solar systems installed by December 31, 2022.5

Residential Renewable Electrical Generation Rebate Program

Cash incentive in the purchase of a new solar panel system in New Hampshire. (Max. rebate level: $1,000)6

Local Renewable Energy Property Tax Exemption

Several New Hampshire municipalities offer property tax exemptions that exclude the added value of the solar panel system from the home’s value for tax purposes. (Solar tax exemption value varies by city or town.)7

Find out if You Qualify for New Hampshire Solar Incentives

Learn the Details of New Hampshire Solar Incentives

Buy and install a new home solar system in New Hampshire in 2021, with or without battery storage, and qualify for the 26% federal solar tax credit. The residential ITC drops to 22% in 2023 and ends in 2024.5

Approximate average-sized 5-kilowatt (kW) solar array cost in New Hampshire: $14,814 Approximate solar energy system cost in New Hampshire after the 26% ITC in 2021: $10,9638

The New Hampshire Public Utilities Commission (PUC) offers qualifying state residents a $200 rebate for every kW of solar power they install in their home up to $1,000, or 30% of the total purchase cost of their New Hampshire solar installation, whichever is less.6

If you live in a city or town in New Hampshire that has adopted the Renewable Energy Property Tax Exemption, purchasing a home solar system (thermal or photovoltaic) won’t increase your property taxes.7See the map of municipalities in New Hampshire that offer a renewable energy system property tax exemption.

Installing solar panels in New Hampshire could also help you build home value.

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*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.