Federal solar investment tax credit (solar ITC) The federal solar investment tax credit, now known as the Residential Clean Energy Credit, runs through 2034 and offers a tax credit valued at 30 percent [...]
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Caitlin Ritchie is a Bankrate contributor and a writer for Bankrate sister site SaveOnEnergy.com. Caitlin has been covering home energy, residential solar power and energy efficiency since 2019. In her writing, Caitlin aims to demystify the energy industry and help readers find clear and straightforward answers and financial advice.
Caitlin earned her master's degree from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte in 2019 and her B.A. from the University of Georgia in 2015, both in English. Snopes, The Washington Post and The American Solar Energy Society have cited her writing and research.
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