Renewable Energy - Solar

 

ECMD Contact: Mark Gaiser

(505) 476-3318

Mark.Gaiser@state.nm.us

 

New Mexico's Solar Tax Credit

Solar Market Development Tax Credit (SMDTC)

Frequently Asked Questions

Solar Gross Receipts Tax Exemption - Guidance
          RPD-41341 - Solar Energy Systems Tax Deduction Form

2015 Solar Tax Credit Data

2015 SMDTC Tracker as of December 29, 2015
1065 Applications Received
0 Projected # of Applications Still Available for TY 2015
$0.00 Projected Tax Credit Remaining for TY 2015
As of Monday, December 28, 2015 the $3 million in Tax Credit available for Tax Year 2015 has been allocated. Applications received on  Tuesday, December 29, 2015 and on following days will be entered into the Tax Year 2016 queue.
Tax Credits are available for Tax Year 2016

 

 

2014 Solar Tax Credit Data

Economics of Residential Solar in NM - February 4, 2015 Presentation Slides


Investment by County - 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009

 
NM Residential Solar Installed Capacity - 2009 through 2014

New Mexico Solar Market Development Tax Credit Statistics - 2009 to 2014
 
NM Residential Solar Tax Credit Data
 
Announcements


Residential solar power is better than breakeven in New Mexico - Scenario Viewer


Check your local electricity rates here

The Open PV Project - real-time status of the solar photovoltaic market


State Purchasing Agreement for PV Systems:
The State of New Mexico has developed a statewide price agreement for PV systems. It is a multi-vendor award available to any governmental agency in New Mexico.
 

Resource to Help Local Governments Expand Use of Solar Energy
Solar Powering Your Community: A Guide for Local Governments, provides local governments with proven best practices enabling them to drive economic development, support clean energy jobs, and reduce carbon emissions by building a robust local solar market.

IREC 2009 Model Interconnection Procedures and Net Metering Rules Incorporating Best Practices

The Interstate Renewable Energy Council (IREC) released the 2009 updates for its rules and procedures for interconnecting and net metering distributed generation. IREC first developed its model net metering rules in 2003 and developed its model interconnection procedures in 2005.

 

Additional Information

Federal Tax Credits for Consumer Energy Efficiency

NM Solar Statutes

Types of Solar Systems

Concentrating Solar Power information

Shared Solar: Current Landscape and Market Potential

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