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State of Colorado Solar Incentives Reviewed!

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Published on 10/30/2007 in
Updated 10/30/2007

We finished reviewing the state of Colorado’s solar power incentives, rebates, and tax credits here.

Last modified: October 30, 2007

3 thoughts on “State of Colorado Solar Incentives Reviewed!

  1. Avatar for Stephanie Stephanie says:

    I know numerous grants exist to help with research with solar energy. Are there any initiatives available to help finance solar panels for residential purposes? Or any organizations currently in operation with a specific mission to help increase the number of residences with solar power panels? I am currently working with a company who seeks to expand the usage of this plentiful alternative source, and am trying to locate as many organizations in Colorado who are pursing the same goal.
    Thanks for you help,

  2. Avatar for Dan Hahn Dan Hahn says:

    Hi there Rick,

    Thanks for your question. As a result of measure 37, many utility companies have taken the initiative to provide solar rebates to residences and businesses to fulfill new clean power requirements. Xcel energy provides those solar incentives to Denver home and business owners (See their link above). It’d be nice to see the municipality itself take similar action that Aspen has. We’ll see.

  3. Avatar for Rick Rick says:

    Denver is conspicuously absent from this list. Any idea why ??

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