Incentives may exist right now, but chances are, they won’t last ☝️.
Government rebates for solar have a tendency to fluctuate over time.
If you’re conscious of costs, this pattern can either increase or decrease the final out-of-pocket price you pay for your new system.
If the government rebate drops after receiving your quote but before install completion, your bill will rise as you have to pay the difference.
Alternatively, if the rebate increases in that same timeframe, your final bill should go down as you’re receiving a higher kickback.
It’s rare, but not unheard of for underhanded operators to refrain from communicating your rebate increase in order to pocket the difference for themselves.
There are many ways to avoid this from occurring.
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