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Nevada Solar Incentives

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Nevada is the third sunniest state in the U.S.1

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Nevada is one of the top ten states in the U.S. for solar.2

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Nevada solar price drop over the last five years.2

Nevadans see 252 sunny days per year, on average.3 Harnessing all this solar power to create and store your own affordable and reliable clean energy in Nevada isn’t the only benefit of going solar. With a solar installation in Nevada, you can also boost electric bill control, get outage protection, and reduce greenhouse gas emissions (GHG). In fact, Nevada has set the goal of getting all of its energy from carbon-free sources by 2050.4

Thanks to solar incentive programs like the federal solar tax credit, you could equip your home with Nevada solar panels for less. As the nation’s leading residential solar and energy storage company,5 Sunrun works to ensure you gain energy independence and security in a more straightforward and affordable way.

Incentives, Tax Credits, and Solar Rebate Programs in Nevada*

Incentive

Value

Federal Solar Investment Tax Credit (ITC)**

The 26% federal solar tax credit is available for purchased home solar systems installed by December 31, 2022.6

NV Energy Residential Energy Storage Incentives

NV Energy customers could save money if they add a new home battery to their rooftop solar panel system.7

Find out if You Qualify for Nevada Solar Incentives

Learn the Details of Nevada Solar Incentives

Buy and install a new home solar system in Nevada in 2021, with or without battery storage, and qualify for the 26% federal tax credit. The residential ITC drops to 22% in 2023 and ends in 2024.6

Average-sized 5-kilowatt (kW) system cost in Nevada: $13,690 Approximate system cost in Nevada after the 26% ITC in 2021: $10,1318

If you’re a residential NV Energy customer interested in purchasing an energy storage system for your current or new home solar panels, you may qualify for one of two of the company's energy storage incentive levels. To be eligible for either of NV Energy’s battery incentives, your residential energy storage system must have a capacity between 4 kilowatts (kW) and 100 kW.7 Please note that a Sunrun home battery is only available with the installation of a new home solar energy system due to tech compatibility.

To qualify for NV Energy’s first and highest incentive level, you must be under a Time-of-Use (TOU) rate plan. This offers you a $0.16 payment for every watt-hour (Wh) you produce. The incentive payments are capped at $3,000, or 50% of your energy storage equipment cost, whichever is less.7

If you’re not under NV Energy’s TOU rate plan, you may still qualify for their second incentive level, which pays $0.08 for every watt-hour you produce up to $1,500, or 50% of your energy storage equipment cost, whichever is less.7

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DISCLAIMERS:

*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.