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If you trying to decide it going solar is right for you, you have come to the right place. And If solar is a good fit for your home, you might just be able to get setup with your own free solar panels!

Free Solar Panels In Colorado

Solar Power ColoradoGetting solar panels free in Colorado through a solar leasing program is a great idea.  You can immediately lower your monthly bills, feel good about where you power is coming from.  Getting setup with a solar power lease is easy to you can contact Sun Run or Solar City and they will do a site assessment and determine if you property would be a good fit for the solar program they are offering.

Even if  you ultimately decide to get solar panels on your own it still wouldn’t be a bad ides to get a free evaluation from a solar power company that ultimately is  is wanting to yo use your space for their solar panels.  They are not trying to sell you on buying solar panels they want you use your space.  So where a company just wanting you to buy solar panels might not do as good of a job with the assessment these other companies will.

No matter which way you go with solar power though, in Colorado it’s a great option,  There are a ton of incentives to help you along, and Colorado is one of the states that is leading the country forward to a cleaner future.


$0 Down Solar Leasing is Available!

SunRun and SolarCity do operate in Colorado.

Stellar Roofing and SolarSmall6Wheat
Independent Power
Douglass Colony GroupMedium67Commerce
Peak Solar
Clean Energy
Go Green
E Light Wind and
Quanta Power GenerationMedium6Greenwood
Atlasta Solar CenterSmall35Grand
Southard Solar and
juwi solar

Colorado at a glance

Electricity use in Colorado

$122.85    This is the average residential electric bill in Colorado.

$12.65      This is the amount Colorado pays above the national average.

11.71       This is the average cost of electricity in Colorado.

$0.41       This is how much Colorado is below the national averaged cost for electricity.

Sunshine in Colorado 

71%      Percentage of all days that are sunny in Colorado.

37%     Percentage of all sunny days that have clear skies.

14:59   Length of the longest amount of day light in one day.

9:21     Shortest period of day light in one day.

Solar power incentives in Colorado

Does Colorado have a RPS?

YES, Yes Colorado does have a Renewable Portfolio Standard. Colorado’s Renewable Portfolio Standard has set forth a a plan to achieve 30% power production from renewable energy sources by the year 2020.

Does Colorado participate in the SREC market?

NO, Colorado does not Participate in the SREC market.   

Does Colorado allow trading into other SCREC markets?

NO, if you are in Colorado there is no way to trade any power you produce through the SCREC trade program.

Does Colorado offer a state sales tax exemption?

YES, Colorado does offer a 100% sales tax exemption.

Does Colorado offer a property tax exemption for solar energy?

YES, Colorado does offer a 100% property tax exemption.  So you can increase the value of your home but not the priced of your tax bill.

Does Colorado offer a Feed-in Tariff?

NO, Colorado does not have a mandated Feed-in Tariff, however some power companies do have programs where they will actually pay you for the power  you create.  Yes they are not paying you for your excess electricity they are rewarding you for having produced your own electricity.  These incentive are limited however so the sooner you get on board the better.

Does Colorado offer Net Metering?

YES, Colorado has a very strong Net Metering program.  Power companies in Colorado are required to credit to your account any extra power you produce throughout the year, any excess at the end of the year will be paid back to you in cash.


Federal Government Solar power incentives

Again as in all 50 states there is the 30% federal tax credit.

YES   Are there additional solar power incentives in Colorado?

Yes, there are a number of other solar power and renewable energy incentives in Colorado, you can find out more at


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