Buying a photovoltaic solar electric system.A consumer guide

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3. Assumes interest is deductible from a home equity loan, and assumes your combined state and federal income tax rate at 30 percent. 4. You are permitted to pay for net energy consumed on a monthly basis as well.

For systems larger than 10 kW, you have 18 months to buy and install the system. 50/watt, or 40 percent of the total eligible system cost, whichever is less. 3. Assumes interest is deductible from a home equity loan, and assumes your combined state and federal income tax rate at 30 percent. 4. You are permitted to pay for net energy consumed on a monthly basis as well.

3. Assumes interest is deductible from a home equity loan, and assumes your combined state and federal income tax rate at 30 percent. 4. You are permitted to pay for net energy consumed on a monthly basis as well.

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