Financing

FREE SOLAR FINANCING™ SOLUTIONS

Free Solar Financing provides Clean Solar homeowners options to find the best solar solution that works for them!

We have the options that allow you to go solar with no money down. Free Solar Financing is the preferred way many happy Clean Solar homeowners have put solar on their homes. We offer solar loans and other financing options. Call us today to find out the best option for you!

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Solar Financing

With Free Solar Financing™, Clean Solar can offer you any type of financing for any type of budget. It’s never been a better time to save with solar! Solar electricity loans are one of the many options now available. Clean Solar is at the cutting edge of all the great solar financing options today. Clean Solar is dispelling the myth that solar is expensive.

Cash Purchase

You can streamline the process and reduce the total time required for a solar project with a cash purchase. By avoiding interest rates and other third-party expenses, you ensure the greatest savings on your solar investment. You will own you solar system outright and take advantage of the Federal Tax Credit and any other local rebates!

Solar Loans and Home Equity Loans

Clean Solar is one of the only companies offering no money down. Clean Solar clients can use a home equity line to get the best rates. If you have no equity in your home or do not wish to utilize it, our very popular solar loan product will get you a lower energy bill tomorrow with no money down.

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Federal Tax Credit

The Federal Tax Credit, (or Investment Tax Credit) currently at 30%, is set through 2019, followed by a step down to 26% in 2020 and 22% in 2021. Beginning 2022, the Federal Tax Credit will be 10% for Commercial Projects and 0% for Residential Projects. The ITC is available to all California residents who purchase their photovoltaic solar system, with no upper limit. This applies to all existing and new construction homes. (Homeowner must have a federal tax liability to take advantage of the solar investment tax credit.)

The Federal Tax Credit is a one-time credit, but may be carried forward (and possibly back). The IRS current federal tax form for the investment credits is Form 3468.

 

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