This is the South Carolina residential and commercial installers directory for solar panels and other solar energy products. You'll find here comprehensive listings for solar contractors, solar installers and other types of solar professionals in your area. Also, be sure to review information on South Carolina rebates, tax breaks and other incentives for solar power. Whether you're looking for solar pool heating products, solar PV panels, or solar water heat technologies, Getsolar brings together knowledgeable, competent vendors with experience in both residential and commercial projects.
Recently, South Carolina lawmakers have taken a small, yet symbolic, step toward promoting the adoption of solar power. SC now offers a 25-percent renewable energy tax credit. Businesses and homeowners who install solar photovoltaic (PV) panels or solar thermal (solar hot water) systems are eligible. Any excess credit may be carried for up to 10 years, which means that buyers can reap tax savings over a relatively long timeframe. In addition to the South Carolina solar tax credit, a 30% federal renewable energy tax credit further reduces out-of-pocket costs. And for commercial systems installed in 2009 and 2010, businesses may receive a renewable energy grant equal to (and instead of) the 30-percent federal tax credit. The renewable energy grant option has been made possible by the federal stimulus package that was passed in February 2009.
Among the South Carolina solar installers above, you'll find an array of service offerings: solar panel installation, solar thermal system installation, LEED-certified building and contracting, home energy audit rating system (HERS) experts, and miscellaneous renewable energy consulting services. To get started on your project, simply complete our solar energy information form. It's easy and takes only a few minutes to complete. After we learn about your monthly energy use, we'll work with our local solar installation partner to get you quality service and a great price. It's easy. It's free. So what are you waiting for? Be the next person to get solar in South Carolina!