Many of our clients are either completely off the grid or would like build a backup system on their grid connected home. Aurora Power & Design Inc. has been installing high quality and reliable systems in the Boise, Idaho and beyond for over 30 years and can custom design a system to meet your needs. Our systems can include multiple resources such as solar, hydro, wind, batteries and a generator. All of our off grid power systems are designed to suite your specific needs whether is just simple LED lighting for a weekend cabin, or power for a full time home with requirements such as well pumps, irrigation, heat, air conditioning and more. Call us to discuss the options and capabilities that we can supply in Boise, ID & the surrounding areas.
Every homeowner is different in the amount of power they need or use especially in off grid and backup applications. Call one of our NABCEP certified experts to discuss your needs and how we can assist you in building the perfect system for your home or cabin.
Aurora Power & Design has been serving the Treasure Valley for over 30 years and has NABCEP certified installers with Idaho State Solar electric licences to assist you with the entire process. At the initial consultation our team will visit your home to discuss how the system is installed, asses the site for the optimal location, analyze your energy usage to determine how much power your need, and answer any questions you have. We will be there every step of the way from providing a detailed quote, estimating system power production and your savings to a professional installation by our experienced team of installers.
There are several tax incentives available in Idaho. The first is the 30% federal tax credit for the cost of the installed system.
The State of Idaho also offers a tax deduction for solar, this done across 4 years as allows you to take a 40% deduction the first the first year, and 20% deduction the following year.
Some rural customers such as farmers, dairies, small business, and agricultural companies may also be eligible for a 25% grant.
More information on these incentives can be found at:
USDA Reap Grant