SOLAR POWER FOR YOUR HOMESolar energy can actually cost less than what you pay now with low, predictable, locked-in rates.
Solar Tax Credits, Rebates and Incentives
|10 things customers need to know about solar energySolar photovoltaic (PV) cell panels are now used to power countless homes, commercial buildings, bus shelters, signs, parking lots and more throughout the U.S. But deciding to make the investment and “go solar” can be daunting for some homeowners, in spite of the financial upside and the desire to improve the environment.|
|Colorado leads the nation in renewable resource standardsAs a Colorado resident, you may have wondered about the truth behind one of Colorado’s biggest tourist draws: its reported “300 days of sunshine” per year. This statistic intrigues both summer and winter sports enthusiasts, who envision hiking, rafting, swimming, skiing and snowmobiling through blindingly bright seasonal scenery. The reality is that the number “300” represents those days with at least one hour of sunshine, not a full 12-hour-long sun-fest. Colorado gets cloudy days, just like all the other states.|
|Rebates and incentivesGovernment and utility solar energy incentives like rebates and tax credits can significantly reduce the cost of your electricity and help you start saving money sooner. The Federal Renewable Energy Tax Credit takes 30% off the cost of solar, and state and local programs can remove even more.|