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Colorado Homeowners Are Switching to Solar (Without Paying A Dime Up Front!)
More than 60,000 Coloradans have switched to solar. Another 7,174 are employed by the solar industry in Colorado! The first state to vote for a renewable energy Standard by popular vote, Coloradans want solar. While energy prices keep going up and up, solar adoption continues to grow and we work with homeowners to make the switch an easy one.
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We handle every detail of your switch to solar- from start to finish. From your custom designed system using only the highest quality equipment, to your dedicated Project Manager who’s with you every step of the way, to our in-house teams of designers, surveyors, installers and more- we make your switch to solar easy. Best of all, you’ll switch for no money out of pocket.
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Rebates & Incentives
A handful of utilities in Colorado have their own incentive programs in addition to the full retail credit for net metering. What that means for Colorado residents is that even without utility specific incentives, going solar in Colorado put simply, makes a lot of financial sense.
Proudly Serving Colorado Homeowners
Denver Sales Office
13275 E Fremont
Centennial, Colorado 80112
North Denver Sales Office
220 E 104th Ave, #103
Thornton, Colorado 80233
6185 E 56th Ave, Unit G
Commerce City, Colorado 80022
Colorado Springs Sales Office
205 Sutton Lane
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80907
Colorado loves solar, and it is clearly evident in the recent settlement that the public utilities commission and the solar industry came to in 2016. There is clear language in the settlement that defines that net metering is available without limits with or without a utility program. The Colorado Solar Energy Industries Association (COSEIA) said in a statement that the 20-year net metering proceeding was a great victory for all due to the fact the commission upheld full retail credit for net metering.
Useful Colorado Energy Resources
Federal Solar Investment Tax Credit Established by The Energy Policy Act of 2005, the federal tax credit for residential energy property initially applied to solar-electric systems, solar water heating systems and fuel cells.
Black Hills Black Hills Energy serves 1.2 million customers in eight states: Arkansas, Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Montana, Nebraska, South Dakota and Wyoming.
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