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Utility & Government Solar System by Morton Solar

Solar for Utility & Government 

Direct Pay Now Available for Utility, Schools, Government, and Non-Profits

The Inflation Reduction Act has been expanded to include direct pay provisions for tax-exempt and government entities. They will be able to receive a payment equal to the full value of tax credits for building qualifying clean energy projects. Applicable entities can use direct pay for 12 of the Inflation Reduction Act’s tax credits, including for generating clean electricity through solar, wind, and battery storage projects; building community solar projects that bring clean energy to neighborhood families; installing electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure; and purchasing clean vehicles for state or city vehicle fleets.

Learn how optimized solar systems can make an impact on your mission and budget. We partner with utilities and government organizations across the Tri-State to significantly reduce operating expenses and design the perfect solar system for each facility's needs.

Morton Solar installed the solar systems for the first net-zero school in the United States at Richardsville Elementary School and the first net-zero library in the United States at Lincoln Heritage Library.

Richardsville Elementary School - First Net-Zero Energy School Powered by Solar and Built by Morton Solar

Richardsville Elementary

Bowling Green, KY

A 350 kW solar power system on the nation's first net-zero school.

CenterPoint Energy Solar Energy System in Evansville, IN Built by Morton Solar

CenterPoint Energy

Evansville, IN

A 2 MW ground-mounted solar energy system powering 400 homes!

Lincoln Heritage Library - First Net-Zero Library with Solar Energy System

Lincoln Heritage Library

Chrisney, IN

A 9 kW solar power system on the state's first net-zero library.

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