$9,000 Off Average Home System!

30% paid by US Gov for Limited Time

Limited Time Federal Program

The Federal Government has extended the Investment Tax Credit (ITC) for a limited time.  It’s a dollar-for-dollar reduction in federal income tax.  Available for a limited time.

Many solar company's systems DISQUALIFY the customer from receiving this tax credit.  Baker Electric Solar is able to offer this tax credit on ALL cash and finance systems.

Don’t want to wait long to get the credit?  It is issued in as little as a month after installation!

 

Zero down and free installation.

Lease - Zero Down

Zero down, free installation.  SunPower maintains the system, you just buy the electricity it generates. Production guaranteed.  Pay the same, low, fixed cost for electricity for the next 20 years.  The lease is transferable if you sell your home in the future.  Lease customers receive the ITC credit indirectly in the form of a lower lease payment.

Loan - Any Income Level

The easiest way to go solar.  Replace your expensive SCE bill with a low finance payment and start saving money the day your system is installed.  Baker Electric Solar has multiple finance options to meet nearly anyone’s needs.  And qualify for the ITC.  The application process is easy, we’ve financed literally thousands of systems.  Once your last payment is made, it’s just free electricity.

Purchase - Fastest Payback

Have the cash?  Get the lowest price per kilowatt and fastest payback period by purchasing your system.  You also qualify for the ITC (Investment Tax Credit) which means the government pays for 30% of your system through tax credits.  A typical payback period for a cash system is only 5 years.  Once paid off, you enjoy free electricity for the lifetime of your solar power system which can be another 30 years.

Guaranteed by the US Federal Government

This is federal tax law, not a Baker advertising campaign or gimmick.  If you qualify – you are guaranteed to receive the tax credit.

The Federal government created the solar Investment Tax Credit in 2005 as a way to support the growth of residential and commercial solar power.

The ITC is a dollar-for-dollar reduction in federal income tax for individuals who purchase and install a solar system for their home (businesses can qualify too). The amount credited is equal to 30 percent of the purchase price of your entire solar system. It’s not a rebate which helps you pay for your system directly. And it’s not a tax deduction which reduces your total income and thereby decreases your tax burden. It’s a credit against your tax liability — dollars you don’t pay the IRS.

Why have you not heard of the ITC before?

Many solar companies install systems in a way that legally allows them to keep tax credits for themselves.  Much of the time, homeowners are never told the ITC even exists.  Solar companies willing to do conduct business this way are not likely to bring the ITC to the customer’s attention.