What are the incentives for photovoltaics?
According to the new data provided by the ANER FER Observatory, photovoltaics represent the renewable source with greater capacity on the Italian territory, with a growth of 12% compared to last year. Above all, residential photovoltaic systems, which currently represents 50% of the new installed capacity, are increasing.
This result was also possible for tax deductions granted by the Government, which allow a partial reimbursement of expenses incurred, as shown in the following table.
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Thanks to these incentives, bringing photovoltaics to your home will be even cheaper. Contact our professionals and find out how much you can save! Fill out the form on our website, indicating your zip code and the type of system you are interested in. You will receive our free and non-binding price quotation in maximum one working day. I already said in a totally free and non-binding way? What are you waiting for? Compare the different offers and choose the most convenient and best suited to your needs.
Budget Law 2018
This document (Law December 27, 2017, No. 205), approved last December, extended for a year the deduction of 65% for expenses related to energy redevelopment of buildings (Ecobonus). These, in particular, concern the installation of solar panels for the production of hot water.
Also confirmed the 50% deduction for building renovations. According to the guide drawn up by the Inland Revenue in 2017 these include "interventions made to achieve energy savings, with particular regard to the installation of plants based on the use of renewable energy sources". In particular, this definition includes the installation of photovoltaic systems for the production of electricity.
To take advantage of this facility, however, it is necessary that the system is installed exclusively to meet the energy needs of the home.
This is an IRPEF deduction to be requested when making the declaration of income, respecting the spending limits for each type of intervention.
- certificate of participation in a special training course in case of self-construction of solar panels;
- energy certification provided by the Region or by the local authority or certificate of energy qualification prepared by a qualified professional;
- information sheet on the work carried out and a copy of the certificate of energy qualification to be transmitted to ENEA within 90 days from the end of the works.
How much can you save thanks to incentives?
Let's assume that for your photovoltaic system you have spent 8,000 euros. 50% of this amount, ie 4,000 euros, will be reimbursed in ten installments by the Government through IRPEF. Every year, only thanks to tax deductions will you recover € 400. Considering that over time you will save on your bill will take less than 10 years to amortize the investment supported.
For this reason, incentives are the perfect excuse to migrate to photovoltaic energy. Nobody can refuse the return on investment.