Get help going solar with Denver’s Solar Co-op and the Solar Equity Rebate Program
The City and County of Denver partnered with Solar United Neighbors of Colorado to launch the Denver Solar Co-op. Solar United Neighbors provides unbiased, installer-neutral support through each stage of the process of going solar. Their experienced team ensures you understand how solar works, how it can be financed, and how it can be installed on your home. The co-op is free to join, with no obligation to install. Limited funding is available each year to provide rebates to help income-qualified residents go solar through the Solar Co-op.
Explore solar options on your own through EnergySage
The City and County of Denver partnered with EnergySage to help consumers compare solar options. This free portal provides an easy way to assess a property’s solar capacity, get an instant estimate on solar-related energy savings, and get quotes from local, vetted installers. Advisors are available via phone, email or chat to help you to sift through quotes and answer questions.
Disclaimer: The City and County of Denver does not endorse one solar company over another. Confirm that your installer is licensed with the City and County of Denver by checking their electrical license.
Go Solar with Denver's Solar Co-op
Explore Solar Quotes on Your Own