Heading for Mexico
in the fall and Iím in the final stages of my solar installation
planning. Iím trying to figure out if itís cheaper to have work
done in the U.S. before I leave to take advantage of the 30% Federal Solar
Credit or have it done in Ensenada.
Looking for information about whatís included as qualifying. I know that panels
, controllers, inverters are all qualified. Batteries
seem to be a grey area, Iíll talk to my tax guy about that. Specifically for me, itís the structure to mount them that Iím asking about.
I plan on installing flexible panels
on a new bimini
, new davits
and on top of my existing hard top dodger
. Can I include the cost of the new bimini/canvas & davits
? I know at a minimum, I can buy everything else and take the credit for that. Getting basically 30% off of the cost of the other would be quite a chunk of $$$. If so, Iím not sure prices in Mexico
can beat it.
Any other relevant info on the credit or bimini/canvas & stainless work
done in Ensenada appreciated. Iím going down the end of March to tour Baja
Naval and talk to them about the work.