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About Us

 

Diem Pham, President

Solar Ki


401 E 10th Avenue, Suite 230
Eugene, Oregon
CCD# 171374
(541) 602-6909


About Us

Solar Ki offers design-build construction services for renewable energy and energy storage projects nationwide. From site layout, project modeling, civil and electrical engineering, and estimating to EPC contracting, quality control and maintenance, we do it all. Project funding for solar projects from business to non profits. This is the last year for the 30% tax credit savings for home and business. Call us with any questions regarding your projects.

Resiliency Planning

Solar Ki provides resiliency planning for sustainable construction projects. Resiliency planning is the predetermined strategy to be implemented in the anticipation of disaster. It fortifies infrastructure, resulting in the immediate availability of independent energy resources when and where they are most critical. Solar Ki specializes in developing energy efficient micro-grids, which can be deployed to run critical infrastructure via renewable energy storage systems on site without the need for utility power or generators.





ASK THE EXPERT

Are there any financial incentives for going solar?
Homeowners can get an income tax credit of 30 percent of the total cost of an installed system. This incentive reduces from 30 percent to 26 percent in 2020 and 22 percent in 2021. Businesses and rental property owners are also eligible for a 30 percent tax credit (Please consult with your tax specialist), in addition to federal depreciation savings (MACRS). In addition, some utility providers will issue your business, non-profit organization, or residence a check (amounts vary by provider) when you convert to solar. Call us and we will walk you through the process.

Is it cost effective for my business?
In addition to the 30 percent federal tax credit, businesses can deduct the depreciation of the cost of the solar system. This accelerates return on investment.

What is net metering?
Net metering is an agreement between you and your utility where you are allowed to bank credits whenever your system is producing more energy than your home is using. Typically, this occurs in the sunny summer months, when your system is most productive. In the winter, you can draw from those credits, keeping your bills low.