Solar Alliance Qualifies for California Battery Storage Incentive Program

US Canada
Typography

Solar Alliance Energy Inc. (‘Solar Alliance’) is pleased to announce it has been granted Approved Developer status for the California Self-Generation Incentive Program (“SGIP”). SGIP provides incentives to support existing, new, and emerging distributed energy resources including home battery storage. Solar Alliance has been allocated a portion of the incentives available for residential and small commercial storage systems and will manage the incentive applications for customers. Through Solar Alliance, customers can obtain an incentive of up to 60% of the cost of a home battery system. As an Approved Developer, Solar Alliance has been allocated up to 20% of the SGIP incentive funding for a given budget category in each statewide incentive step. The current stage of the incentive program consists of approximately $430 million in incentives. As an Approved Developer, Solar Alliance has the ability to offer an incentive package that many other competitors are not qualified to offer.

“Battery storage is transformative in the same way that cellphones and laptops allowed people to cut the cord, creating energy independence by powering a home even during a power outage,” said Chairman and CEO Jason Bak. “Combining this incentive program with the federal investment tax credit, homeowners may be eligible for up to 85% off the cost of a battery system when it is installed with a solar system. This makes battery storage extremely attractive and it is why we are integrating battery storage into our product offering. This is great news for new and existing Solar Alliance customers.”

Under the incentive program in California, a home battery is eligible for a state program that will pay up to 60% of the installed cost of the system. If a home battery is installed at the same time as solar panels, the home battery is also eligible for the federal U.S. Investment Tax Credit. Solar Alliance expects to announce a new relationship with a home battery provider in the near future.

“California is a leader in solar energy and this incentive program will make battery storage a reality for thousands of homeowners. Solar Alliance is uniquely positioned to provide homeowners with access to this battery storage incentive program and provide them with the energy independence that comes with battery backup,” concluded Bak.

Jason Bak, Chairman and CEO

Translator

SolarQuarter Tweets

Follow Us For Latest Tweets

SolarQuarter Latest Trends in Module Industry @Solar PV ModuleTech India 2018_Conference & Awards_Book Your Seats Now_10 August_… https://t.co/FMaP5B52YE
Friday, 20 July 2018 05:32
SolarQuarter Launching 9 New Cities_Bhopal, Vijayawada, Kochi, Bangalore, Guwahati, Chandigarh, Noida, Gurugram, Pune_SolarRoofs… https://t.co/UofGsAdzZI
Friday, 20 July 2018 03:31
SolarQuarter Last Few Seats Left for Early Bird_Exciting Agenda EMobility Week 2018_23 Aug, New Delhi - https://t.co/FFPykzCI5s
Thursday, 19 July 2018 04:59