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Finally found a good source - it is form 8911.

From what I can tell it doesn't apply for AMT, so if close to hitting AMT, that limits the credit.
But no direct income limits on it.

I don't see any details about what should/shouldn't be considered part of the cost. So I think the needed wiring upgrades would be OK to include. Which would be nice, since they need to happen for other reasons. (I need to get rid of that federal pacific panel, since it's a fire hazard)
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