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Residential Battery Incentives for SRP Customers

26% Tax Credit & Up to $3,600 Rebate

Available for SRP Battery Customers

With the recent roll-out of all new solar rates for 2019, SRP has doubled the size of last year's battery rebate. Effective immediately, SRP customers get up to a $3,600 back for adding a qualifying battery system.

Add a battery to a new or existing solar energy system and you can take advantage of the 26% federal tax credit* (drops to 22% after 2020)

Curious what a battery system can do for you? Request a no-obligation battery or solar quote by completing the simple form on the right.

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Save Big on Batteries

Combine SRP's $3,600 rebate with federal solar incentives for the biggest return on your battery investment! The 26% solar tax credit can be applied to a battery installation if it's 100% filled with solar energy. The 26% tax credit is set to decrease to 22% in 2021, so installing a battery now will give you the best return on your investment.

Whole Home Back Up

Squashing On-Peak Utility Fees

A whole energy storage battery backup system can add just enough batteries to offset the most expensive on-peak utility hours, or add more to keep your house operational during an extended power outage. These types of battery systems are highly customized and unique to each family and utility rate plan. In some cases, an upgrade to your electrical panel may also be required. Our experts will advise during the free consultation phase.


Critical Load Back Up

Security in Times of Crisis

Power outages will occur with greater frequency as our national energy grid continues to age. Much simpler than a whole energy storage home system, a battery backup system will run your most critical loads – or a designated room – during a grid failure when your solar panels aren't producing. Batteries are charged by your panels during the day for use during the night. This process repeats until grid power is restored.