Denver Metro Area Homeowners are going solar at a record pace
Denver and its surrounding cities are great places to go solar! Colorado brags over 300 days of sunshine, making solar a very easy and logical choice for Colorado homeowners. Solar in Colorado brings unique challenges – from the extreme temperature differences from summer to winter, to its altitude and the wildlife. But we here at EcoMark Solar have the most experience designing, installing and maintaining residential solar systems in Colorado!
Our Denver Headquarters:
4665 Paris St.
Denver, CO 80239
Cities where we install solar panels
in the Denver Metro Area
Castle Rock / Castle Pines
Elizabeth / Franktown / Kiowa
Thornton / Westminster
And all areas within 75 mile radius of Denver
Solar and the Denver Metro area Utilities
The following Denver Metro area utilities allow solar energy on their systems and “net meter” the solar power produced:
EcoMark Solar wants every Colorado resident that wants solar to get solar, so we work with all of them.
All utilities working in Central Colorado participate in Net Metering. Most offer monthly rollovers at wholesale energy prices, however the net meter credit policies of your particular utility are specific to them. Call for a consultation to find out what that means Net Metering means for you and your home!
The Future of Utility Prices in the Denver Metro area
The Denver Metro area is experiencing unprecedented growth and its utilities are experiencing more demand than ever. The utilities will be building on more capacity in the years to come. Those infrastructure costs will be passed on to the consumer in the form of increased rates. The standard inflation rate for electric power nationwide is 4% per year. Many Colorado Utilities have raised their rates in excess of that in the last 12 months and plan to do so in the future as well.*
* Xcel energy is planning a 4.35% increase in January of 2019.
EcoMark Solar is the largest installer of solar panels in Colorado on existing homes.
Solar Power is Inflation-Proof Power
Regardless the power rates being charged from the utility, when you own your own power through a residential solar system, you lock in your power rates for decades to come.
Ultimately, you get to decide – Who are you going to invest in: yourself or the utility?
Frequently Asked Questions
- So what is the Solar Investment Tax Credit?
- Battery Storage and Solar – How does it work?
- Solar Panels: Optimizers vs. Micro-Inverters
- Environmental Impact of a Single Solar Home
- What happens when your solar system gets hit by hail?
- Are Solar Panel Warranties Transferable?
- Do I Need a New Roof Before I Get Solar Panels?
- Do Solar Panels Produce on Cloudy Days?
- HOAs and Solar Panels, how does it work?
- What is Net Metering, and how does it work?
- How Do Solar Panels Perform During Winter?
- What Are the Financial Incentives for Going Solar?
- DIY Solar Panel Installation: Can I Install My Own Solar Panel?
- Can Solar Energy Ever Fully Replace Fossil Fuels?
- How do Solar Panels Work?
- Solar Panels in Denver Are Popping Up Everywhere
- What Does the Solar Panel Installation Process Look Like?
- How Much Service do Solar Panels Require?
- How Does Solar Energy Help the Environment?
- How Many Solar Panels Do You Need?
- Solar Energy Production: What Happens When the Days Get Shorter?