How to Deal with Local Rebates when Filing a 1603 Application?
Thank you very much for your very helpful answer on getting a 1603 grant for leasing a PV system to a non-profit as at http://law.cleantechies.com/solar-pv-installation-business-non-profits/4/#more-4. You said that the grant is to be based upon the full cost of the system. Does that mean that the full cost is before the $2/watt rebate that Xcel Energy gives in Colorado (which is better for us) , or is the basis for the 30% grant the net cost after the rebate (which is not as good.)
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