Residential Systems

With energy costs on the rise, a solar system is a great way to help reduce your energy bills, while also reducing your carbon footprint. DCS Energy treats its residential clients with loyalty, care and concern. Our solar programs are affordable and providing you the best solar PV panel system that is available. We use the latest technology in our solar systems, solar products including LG , Solar World, Hyundai , Axitec Canadian Solar, Solectria, SMA, Solar Edge , Enphase are some of the most recognized and reliable Solar brands we use in our designs.  The equipment we use is tested and comes with the assurance that it will be working for a long time to secure your energy independence.If interested in a DCS ENERGY solar PV system use the contact form on this website to have a DCS Energy representative contact you.

Residential Solar Installation

Administrated by the CT GREEN BANK, The State of Connecticut offers two incentive models to help you go solar thru the Residential Solar Investment Program ( RSIP)

  1. 1. Purchase system
    The Expected Performance Based-Buydown (EPBB) incentive provides you with an upfront cost reduction based on major design characteristics of your system, such as panel type, installation tilt, shading, orientation and solar insolation (a measure of solar radiation energy on a given area). The incentive is paid directly to your Eligible Contractor, on behalf of the homeowner
  2. 2. Lease system & PPA
    The Performance-Based Incentive (PBI) is designed to allow homeowners to benefit from solar PV systems for little to no upfront cost. Under this model, an Eligible Third-Party PV System Owner owns the system and enters into a contract with the homeowner. The PBI is paid to the System Owner based on actual performance over the course of 6 years, and is used to reduce the homeowner’s monthly cost.
  3. 3. Federal Investment Tax Credit
    As a Renewable energy system buyer you’d also be eligible for the Federal Tax Credit, or ITC, The tax credit amounts to 30% of the cost of purchasing your solar system, but only after deducting the value of your state rebates. However, ITC credits will begin stepping down from 30% at the end of 2019. The tax credit for systems in service after 12/31/19 will drop to 26%. After 12/31/20, it’ll drop even further to 22%.4 That’s why the time to go solar is now.
  4. 4. Additional Incentives
    Connecticut has adopted additional incentives to motivate solar adoption including an exemption from sales and property taxes, and a favorable net metering policy which allows solar energy to “spin your meter backwards” and earn credit for solar energy sent to the utility grid during peak solar hours.