We want to make it affordable and easy to go solar! Resources, including rebates and better financing options, are available to help you switch to solar.
If you choose to get rooftop solar through Solar Switch Denver, you might qualify for an $8,000 rebate or support for additional home energy improvements if your household makes less than 100% of area median income. To access the rebate program and other financing options, fill out our Denver Solar Co-Op Rebate Eligibility form. Once the city verifies your eligibility, you will be notified and your rebate will be applied to your solar proposal.
If you’re not interested in joining Solar Switch Denver and you already have a heat pump installed in your home, you can work with a registered contractor from our list to reserve a solar rebate through our Climate Action Rebate program. You can receive a rebate of $4,000 for your solar project. Additional funding is available if your household makes less than 80% of area median income.
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Community solar allows renters and homes unfit for rooftop solar to participate in solar at no upfront costs. Community solar is shared solar. This means the solar can be located anywhere in the community – like a field, a building, or a parking lot – and be assigned to any Xcel Energy subscriber. Denverites can subscribe to local solar projects for a monthly fee. Once subscribed, customers begin receiving credits on their monthly utility bill that often result in a net bill savings for customers.
Use Solar United Neighborhoods' vendor-neutral, educational tool to help you find community solar projects.
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