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Save up to $4,000 in Income Taxes for 2007


solar powered homeAct now and save up to $4,000 in Income Taxes for 2007!

Using solar energy can save you money and reduce your direct impact on the environment. Federal, State and Local incentives are now available to help you achieve your goal of energy independence and to reduce your carbon footprint. You must purchase the system before December 31, 2007 to qualify.

Image above shows all three solar technologies. From left to right: solar pool heater, solar electric system and solar water heater. Systems can be installed on roof or ground rack.

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Solar Electric System
Solar Water Heater
Solar Pool Heater

Solar Electric (PV)
Up to $20,000 FL State
Up to $2,000 Federal
Reduce bills 20-90%
Run meter backwards!*

Average Sample**
List price
$33,000.00
Florida
-$12,600.00
Federal
-$2,000.00
Your Cost
$18,400.00

Solar Water Heater
$500 FL State Rebate
Up to $2,000 Federal
Reduce bills by 80%
Save 2 tons CO2/year

Average Sample**
List price
$5,000.00
Florida
-$500.00
Federal
-$1,350.00
Your Cost
$3,150.00

Solar Pool Heater
$100 FL State Rebate
$0 Operating Costs
Extend Swim Season
No Pollution

Average Sample**
List price
$3,500.00
Florida
-$100.00
Federal
Your Cost
$3,400.00


Save EVEN MORE with Utility Company Incentives


» GRU Gainesville Regional Utilities

*Residential PV System Rebate Amount: $1.50/Watt, not to exceed $7,500.
*Business PV System Rebate Amount: $1.50/Watt, not to exceed $37,500.
$500 Solar water heater rebate. Restrictions apply.

» OUC Orlando Utility Commission

*Program available to the first 1,200 kW equivalent of Residential solar thermal generation capacity and the first 2,000 kW of General Service solar thermal generation capacity. Monthly credit of 3.0 cents per kWh. Low interest loan options.

» JEA Jacksonville Electric Authority

The incentive applies only to the installation of a solar water heating system:
$800 per installation to qualified residential customers.
30% of the system's cost for qualified pre-approved commercial systems with $5,000 maximum limit.

» Progress Energy

$450 up front credit to offset your purchase of a solar water heating system.
Monthly EnergyWise credits for covered devices.
EnergyWise monthly pool pump credit.


Federal Incentives
The Energy Policy Act of 2005 provides tax credits to offset the costs of purchasing solar systems for your home or business. Specific incentives include:

A 30% Tax Credit for commercial PV or solar hot water systems with no maximum
A 30% Tax Credit for residential PV or solar water systems with a $2,000 maximum
Up to a $500 Tax Credit for qualifying energy efficiency upgrades in existing homes
Up to a $2,000 Tax Credit to builders for each new construction home that achieves a
50% reduction in energy use compared with the national building energy code
A $1.80 per sq. foot Tax Deduction for commercial building efficiency improvements
that achieve a 50% improvement

State Incentives
The 2006 Florida Energy Act provides additional rebates & tax incentives to help reduce the costs of purchasing solar systems for your home/business. Specific incentives include:

$500 Rebate for installing a residential solar water heater
$100 Rebate for installing a solar pool heater
$4/Watt - up to $20,000 for installing a solar electric system on your home
$4/Watt - up to $100,000 for installing a solar electric system on business/public facility
$15/BTU/Day up to $5,000 for installing a solar hot water system on your business

**Many different models, sizes and prices.

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Solar Direct

Toll Free/USA: 888-754-2841
Toll Free/FAX: 800 897 6527
5919 21st St. E • Bradenton FL 34203 • USA
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