Texas residents in the Oncor service territory can receive up to $8,500 dollars worth of rebates toward the cost of installing solar panels on their home.
Freedom Solar, the leader in turnkey solar installations in Texas, has announced the return of Oncor's residential solar photovoltaic incentive program opening Feb. 7, 2017.
Texas residents in the Oncor service territory can receive up to $8,500 dollars worth of rebates toward the cost of installing solar panels on their home. Only a limited number of Texas homeowners will qualify in time to take advantage of Oncor's 2017 residential rebate program.
"Between the Oncor rebate, the 30 percent federal tax credit and our many zero down, low-Interest financing options, now is the time for homeowners who are considering solar to contact us and maximize their return on investment," says Kyle Frazier, Freedom Solar's director of sales.
Oncor's service territory spans Texas and makes up nearly one-fourth of the state's geographic area. (Visit the accompanying link to see the map of counties and cities within the Oncor service area eligible for the solar rebate.)
Freedom Solar can determine if homeowners are Oncor customers. Additionally, the company ID numbers 44372 or 17699, which correspond to the Oncor service area, may appear on your electrical meter or utility bill.
Freedom Solar Power is the leader in turnkey solar installations in Texas, providing high quality, cost-effective, reliable solar solutions for residential and commercial markets. Freedom Solar has installed more than 15 megawatts of solar panels since it was founded in 2007 and grew 307 percent from 2013-15. Freedom is number 338 on Inc. Magazine's list of thetop 500 fastest-growing private companies in America, is recognized as the number one supplier of residential solar systems in Austin by Austin Energy, and as the fourth-fastest growing company in Central Texas by the Austin Business Journal. Freedom Solar has completed projects for corporate clients including Whole Foods, Office Depot, Lake Flato Architects, and the University of Texas, among others.