The 30 percent solar tax credit does not apply to non-profits, and most grants for non-profits to purchase solar are no longer operating. However, a few remain at the federal, state, and city levels. Some are even offered by your utility company. Here are a few grants for non-profits still in operation.
Wanda the Wealth Warrior here to help you understand the grid-tied solar system net metering policies that have been enacted and are currently being considered in Ohio, Indiana, and Kentucky.
Cincinnati reigns green supreme! According to Site Selection, the City of Cincinnati has established itself as the top metropolitan green leader in the United States and Ohio is ranked as the third most green state! The good news continues!
Dear Wanda, Solar panels sound great, but seriously…are people in Ohio really on board? Will all my neighbors think I’m a little crazy if I start installing panels? Thanks, Skeptical Midwesterner
When most people think about solar, their minds probably don’t think Ohio. The Midwest is notorious for its temperamental weather, and Ohio is no exception. Think 40 degrees one day and 75 the next. Many people often assume that since we live in an area where winter is harsh, we can’t reap the rewards of …
Dear Wanda, I’ve lived in Cincinnati for a long time. On a recent trip to California, I saw tons of solar panels. Is that because they’re all a bunch of new-age folks out there? What’s the deal with solar panels? Can they even be used in the Tristate? Sincerely, California Traveler Dear California Traveler, Hope …