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Buying and Financing Colorado Solar


Colorado Solar
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What Are Your Colorado Cash Purchase Options?

Buying a Colorado solar power system is a economical and fruitful option. What Colorado solar cash purchase options do you have?

Pay in full upfront
Get a personal or home equity line of credit


Finance a Colorado Solar Loan

Solar loans in Colorado help homeowners own thier solar energy system, and pay for their system over a period of time. We can help you get a competitive financing rate in Colorado through our vast network of solar financing companies.

Lease a Colorado Solar Energy System

Many Colorado homeowners prefer to lease their solar energy system. The main difference between financing and leasing a solar system is that when you lease is that you don't own them and the lease provider will maintain them for you. We will connect you with a Colorado solar lease privider.

Colorado Solar Purchase Agreement (PPA)

A solar Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) is a contract to buy Colorado solar power based on a set rate for the electricity the solar system produces. With a Power Purchase Agreement, a Sungevity finance partner owns, installs, and maintains the (city name) solar system on your roof -- just like a solar lease. Unlike a solar lease, you pay for the solar power you produce rather than the panels themselves.


Colorado Solar Energy Savings

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* According to data from the average Sungevity solar system in all the areas we serviced between 2010 and 2015.

Images are for illustrative purposes only. Actual savings vary by customer. See sungevity.com/savings for details on how we calculate savings.

Colorado Solar FAQ's

Is solar right for my Colorado home?

We offer a no-pressure consultation to help figure out if going solar works for you. First, we'll gather all 12 months of your past energy use in Colorado. That's what makes our Colorado quotes as accurate as possible, by both the amount by which we can offset your use and the cost/savings potential of going solar. By learning how your usage fluctuates from month to month, and because both solar production and utility rates fluctuate as well, knowing all 12 months makes the quotes as accurate and personalized as possible. We'll then use our remote proprietary design tool to engineer a custom solar solution for your home. Of course, we also complete all of the interconnection paperwork on your behalf. And finally, we use local solar experts to install your solar system hassle-free.

How big a roof do I need in Colorado?

This depends on your Colorado usage history. When you request an iQuote, Sungevity will use our proprietary design tool to look at your roof and determine how many Colorado solar panels it can accommodate.

Should I re-roof my Colorado house before I install solar panels?

Colorado Solar panels last a long time so it makes sense to avoid having to remove and reinstall them. Your Solar Consultant will help you assess the need to re-roof.

What if my Colorado roof is shaded?

Shade reduces the amount of electricity your Colorado solar energy system can produce. Our remote solar design team will work to position your panels where they will get maximum sun exposure. On occasion, we find that a roof is too shady to make solar feasible.

Do Colorado solar systems require maintenance?

Colorado solar systems generally require very little maintenance. If you lease a system, we guarantee your system's energy production. If you ever have any questions about what maintenance is necessary, please contact us at customerservice@sungevity.com.

Will I have power during a blackout?

In the event of a Colorado blackout, your inverter will automatically shut down for safety reasons. Thus you will not have electricity until power is restored to the grid.

Are battery options available in Colorado?

Yes, Sungevity offers battery solutions with your grid-tied solar system in Colorado.

Do Colorado solar panels generate electricity in bad weather?

Colorado Solar panels need sun to generate electricity, but even in areas with bad weather your system will still produce. If you live in a cloudy area, or an area with seasonal snow, your expected weather conditions will be factored into our estimates for your energy production.

Does solar work in foggy neighborhoods?

Colorado Solar systems continue to produce even when it's cloudy. For example, on a cloudy day, your panels might produce 30% of what they normally would. If you live in a cloudy area, or an area with seasonal snow, your expected weather conditions will be factored into our estimates for your energy production.

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