SHOULD THE SUN SET ON STATE SOLAR TAX CREDITS: AN ARIZONA PERSPECTIVE.

Joochul Kim, Paul Berkowitz, Lynne Johnson

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Abstract

In recent years, tax credit programs have been widely evaluated due to fiscal problems encountered by state and local governments. In Arizona the state solar tax credits could be headed for extinction. Since 1978 Arizonans have received over 40 million in solar tax credits. The number of solar units in that same period exceeds 55,000, the vast majority being residential, domestic hot water applications. This paper presents a brief overview of some of the critical and legitimate issues involved in a solar tax credit analysis. Furthermore, some recommendations from the preliminary results of the cost-benefit analysis of Arizona solar tax credits are described. (Author abstract. )

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication Title
PublisherAmerican Solar Energy Soc Inc
Pages561-566
Number of pages6
ISBN (Print)0895531275
StatePublished - Dec 1 1983

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Kim, J., Berkowitz, P., & Johnson, L. (1983). SHOULD THE SUN SET ON STATE SOLAR TAX CREDITS: AN ARIZONA PERSPECTIVE. In Unknown Host Publication Title (pp. 561-566). American Solar Energy Soc Inc.