Distributed Solar Deployment Opportunities, Financing Models & Key Players

Second in a series of briefings on distributed, sustainable project deployment and financing trends.

A little over a year ago, in December 2015, the U.S. government approved a five-year extension of the solar Investment Tax Credit. The ITC, which provides a 30 percent tax credit for both residential and commercial solar systems, has been a crucial driver in the growth of the solar industry over the past decade, and proponents said its extension would help ensure continued growth.

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