Flagler, Colorado Solar Companies

By installing solar panels in Flagler, you're saving money, keeping your energy producing dollars in the community and reducing pollution.

Whether or not you decide to go "Solar", we encourage you to educate yourself and explore what decisions are being made politically in Flagler, CO by exploring the City of Flagler's website.

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"Going Solar" in Flagler?

Installing solar panels in Flagler

Residents of Flagler understand the importance a stable climate holds for the region. An agricultural hotspot in Colorado, Flager’s farmers rely on temperate weather and a regular water supply to grow the town’s wheat and corn.

That consistent weather is threatened in part by climate change, which is growing more serious each year. As people burn fossil fuels to power their cars and homes, greenhouse gases are added to the atmosphere and warm the planet.

Over time, this warming affects our regular weather, increasing the chance for extreme occurrences like severe droughts or wildfires. For the people of Flagler, that could pose a serious risk in the future if current fossil fuel use maintains its course.

Installing solar panels on your home or business in Flager could help mitigate some of these risks, and convince others like you to make the switch to solar. While solar panels in the past were viewed as unaffordable for regular consumers, newer technologies today are making it possible for more people to go solar.

Why go solar in Flagler?
Access financial incentives

Flagler residents are largely served by Black Hills Energy, which recently suspended its solar rebate program. It’s currently unknown when they will restart the program, but its massively popularity caused them to draw back their initial efforts.

Even aside from utility-scale financial incentives, consumers can reach incentives at the federal level. If you go solar in Flagler, you can claim a 30% tax credit on the cost of your system, significantly reducing installation fees.

Protect Flagler's future

With more and more companies turning to fracking, Flagler residents will need to ask themselves if drilling for natural gas is worth the cost.

Fracking uses enough water annually to provide for up to 79,000 Colorado homes, the Western Resource Advocates estimate. This water could be used by many farmers in Flagler to prepare themselves from long periods of drought that Colorado frequently faces.

If you’re interested in learning more about transitioning from fossil fuels toward renewable energy, contact solar panel installers located near Flagler. If you have more questions about going solar, you can ask solar professionals in our Q&A section for help.

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