Summary of financial incentives

Summary of financial incentives

Financial incentives in the form of tax credits, grants, and rebates offer assistance towards purchasing renewable energy systems. These innovative programs make renewable energy systems more affordable than ever. More details of these programs are presented accompanying financial sub pages. Solar PV Federal: (Residential Solar Tax Credit) Income tax credit: 30% of net cost up to $2,000 on systems installed before December 31, 2008 State: Maryland: (Solar Energy Grant Program)…

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Washington, DC financial incentives

Washington, DC financial incentives

A. Personal Tax Credit — Residential Energy Conservation Subsidy Exclusion (Personal) Last DSIRE Review: 04/03/2007 Incentive Type: Personal Tax Credit Eligible Efficiency Technologies: Washers/Dryers, Dishwasher, Refrigerators/Freezers, Dehumidifiers, Ceiling Fan, Water Heaters, Lighting, Lighting Controls/Sensors, Furnaces, Boilers, Heat pumps, Air conditioners, Programmable Thermostats, Caulking/Weather-stripping, Duct/Air sealing, Building Insulation, Windows, Doors, Roofs, Comprehensive Measures/Whole Building, Microwave, Stove Eligible Renewable/Other Technologies: Applicable Sectors: Residential Amount: Tax Credits – 10%-25% for renovations & 5%…

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Federal financial incentives

Federal financial incentives

RESIDENTIAL APPLICATIONS A. Personal Exemption — Residential Energy Conservation Subsidy Exclusion (Personal) Last DSIRE Review: 06/06/2007 Incentive Type: Personal Exemption Eligible Efficiency Technologies: Yes; specific technologies not identified Eligible Renewable/Other Technologies: Solar Water Heat, Solar Space Heat, Photovoltaic Applicable Sectors: Residential, Multi-Family Residential Amount: 100% of subsidy Website: http://www.irs.gov/publications/p525/index.html Authority 1: 26 USC § 136 B. Personal Tax Credit — Residential Solar and Fuel Cell Tax Credit Last DSIRE Review:…

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Financing Options

Financing Options

Several financings, discounts, tax rebates and various financial incentives and promotions, totaling up to 60% of purchases are available for purchases within the United States. Bestech has also made arrangements with some local banks to finance purchase of its products for its clients: Bank of America has loan programs starting from 8.89% interest rate 8.89 and up. Contact Ms. Malia Stepney at 301-464-7800 or 301-805-2122, Whitehall Branch, Bowie, Maryland, USA….

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Commercial, Industrial and Governmental

Commercial, Industrial and Governmental

Bestech Energy provides services to commercial, industrial and governmental entities.  We handle the project from start to finish and make sure our clients are totally satisfied. Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency are atthe heart of our profession and we devote our expertise, knowledge, passion, and resources to accomplishing the goal providing sustainability to our clients when it comes to energy requirements. Helping save the planet from greenhouse gases is just…

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Residential – Urban

Residential – Urban

Bestech Energy offers a unique way to turn to green energy be it with the purpose of being off-grid or not. We first proceed with an assessment of energy needs and environmental restrictions then we provide a methodical change process from within the house starting with the most energy-hungry appliances to lower the consumption and thus lower the building’s carbon footprint. The resulting effect would be the reduction of solar…

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Steps to Get Started with Bestech Energy

Steps to Get Started with Bestech Energy

Overview | Installation | Residential (Rural) | Residential (Urban) | Commercial / Governmental | Get Started The Steps to Install a Bestech Renewable Energy System are summarized with the keywords below: Call • Assess • Schedule • Review • Reduce • Contract • Install • Commission Step 0: Call Bestech at (301) 531-4455 (USA) or info@Bestechenergy.com to indicate interest in owning an MDGE System. Step 1: Feasibility Study — Site study, local permitting requirements, different…

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