Depending on your usage, application, and tax professional’s opinion, you will likely be able to file IRS Form 5695 for a Residential Energy Credit up to 30% of your expenditure on a Inergy Kodiak system purchase. The Energy.gov website states, “The credits are available for systems” placed in service” at any dwelling unit, not necessarily the primary residence, between Jan 1, 2006 and Dec 31, 2016″. Please consult your tax professional.*
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You may be able to take the credits if you made energy saving improvements to your home located in the United States in 2014-2016.
A home is where you lived in 2014-2016 and can include a house, houseboat, mobile home, cooperative apartment, condominium, and a manufactured home that conforms to Federal Manufactured Home Construction and Safety Standards.
According to the IRS, “Qualified solar electric property costs are costs for property that uses solar energy to generate electricity for use in your home located in the United States. No costs relating to a solar panel or other property installed as a roof (or portion thereof) will fail to qualify solely because the property constitutes a structural component of the structure on which it is installed. The home does not have to be your main home.” What this basically says is pretty much any cost related to solar system installation and materials counts as a “solar electric property cost.” Therefore, it can be claimed.