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From what i have seen here you do it with your electric company and the more complex setups are able to "SELL" excess power back to them


"The law states that the system must relate to a dwelling you use as a residence. It does specify or restrict the type of dwelling. Nor does it specify that it be a primary or permanent residence. Absent rulings to the contrary, primary residences, summer (or winter) homes, recreational cabins, summer camps, boats, motor homes, etc that are used as a residence by the taxpayer should all qualify as dwellings. The credit is attached to the taxpayer, though, so you are limited to a credit for one system."

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