Duke Energy Rebate Program

Enrollment has closed for 2018 but don’t worry, you might still have a chance to claim your rebate!

“Due to the high demand Duke is asking regulators for permission to allow customers who installed projects this year before July 26 to apply for the installation rate in 2019, when additional money becomes available.” Read more on the Duke Rebate updates Here!

A newly-announced solar rebate from Duke Energy will help property owners in North Carolina save thousands on their up-front solar installation costs. Thanks to the new 2018 Duke Energy solar rebate, many property owners in North Carolina will start to see quicker payback and greater savings over the lifetime of their solar panel system.

What sort of savings could this mean for property owners looking to install a solar panel system in Duke territory? Below is a table with some examples to show what this rebate would mean for savings for various types of systems:

Residential customers: $6,000 rebate maximum. Customers can get 60 cents per watt of solar energy installed. A larger system may be installed, but this incentive is limited to up to 10 kW.

Nonresidential customers: $50,000 rebate maximum. Customers can get 50 cents per watt of solar energy installed. A larger system may be installed, but this incentive is limited to up to 100 kW.

Nonprofit customers: $75,000 rebate maximum. Customers can get 75 cents per watt of solar energy installed. A larger system may be installed, but this incentive is limited to up to 100 kW

Call today to see if you are eligible to apply!

(919)833-9096