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At Wolf River Electric, we remain neutral regarding how you finance your solar project, but we have trusted finance partners that we can introduce you to. Below are the most common ways our customers have financed their projects. As the solar leader in Minnesota (MN), Wisconsin (WI), Iowa (IA), North Dakota (ND), and South Dakota (SD) for over 8 years, our team is dedicated to helping customers obtain the power they need at an affordable price. We’ll also ensure that you receive all available benefits from federal and state tax credits, as well as other solar incentives.

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Cash Purchase
If you have the financial means, buying a commercial solar system offers the best long-term savings and return on investment. You could recover up to 30% of the system’s cost through tax incentives if it is installed through 2032. Years of free electricity will cover the system’s cost after several years of energy savings.
  • Claim tax incentives
  • Your system will pay for itself with savings on your utility bills
  • Increase your property value
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Loan

If you have the financial resources available, purchasing your commercial solar system delivers the greatest long-term savings and return on investment. Go solar through 2023, and you may be able to recover up to 30% of your system cost through tax incentives. Your energy savings will pay for the system in a few short years, with decades of free electricity to follow.

  • Claim tax incentives
  • Your system will pay for itself with savings on your utility bills
  • Increase your property value
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Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE)

The property-assessed clean energy (PACE) model is an innovative mechanism for financing energy efficiency and renewable energy improvements on private property.

  • Payment comes as a line item on your bi-annual property tax bill
  • The interest portion of your payment may be tax-deductible
  • It is an “off-balance sheet” payment
  • Customer can monetize tax benefit