Combined Heat & Power (CHP) Tax Credit and Bonus Depreciation may pay for 1/3 the installed cost  

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Eric Burgis
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03/10/2018 12:24 am  

In the U.S. there currently is a 10% tax credit for CHP.  Many consumers can also use the Bonus Depreciation under Section 179 of the U.S. Federal Tax Code to depreciate the entire system cost in the first year.  For most that amounts to an additional 21% returned with the first tax return after installation. Here is an article that explains this in further detail:  https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/how-get-almost-13-cost-your-combined-heat-power-chp-capital-burgis/

This 31% of the installed cost that you get back is before any other incentives available for CHP.


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