Duke’s Solar Energy Program Reinstated

According to the The State, Duke has “agreed to reinstate temporarily a solar program that pays favorable rates for new customers wanting to install rooftop sun panels as a way to save money.”

Earlier this year, Duke reached it’s cap for solar power net metering and they no longer had to offer the solar program, which provides incredible savings for new residential solar customers.

Duke fought against the cap and an agreement was made for an extension until March of next year.

Duke’s customers now have until March 15, 2019 to take advantage of the net metering solar program while the future of the program is being ironed out.

With Duke’s solar program, the federal and South Carolina state tax credits, a typical solar power system would pay for itself within 10 years.

Due to the unclear future of solar in South Carolina, now would be the time for a homeowner to review their solar options before the six month extension expires.

Brown House With Solar and Flowers

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