It IS a political topic when public funding or tax breaks are allowed. And that is the case in many places. If one guy puts in a $50K solar system and gets a tax break then why shouldn't the guy putting in a $15K solid fuel (wood) burner get a break too? Why does the guy putting in solar get a break, but the guy retro fitting a home with better windows, insulation, etc. not get the break? If I ever get my micro-hydro built I won't be getting any tax breaks, in fact my taxes could go up because I'll have a pond on my property. Solar is more of a political statement today than anything else, it's almost a religion. It's touted as "free" and "green" and it's not, not by a long shot.
It should either be everyone that's trying to lower their power use getting a tax break or no one.
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