Granby, Colorado Solar Companies

By installing solar panels in Granby, 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 Granby, CO by exploring the City of Granby's website.

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"Going Solar" in Granby?

Installing solar panels in Granby

The dead, decaying pine trees are a familiar sight to residents of Granby, who are fighting a historic mountain pine beetle epidemic in the area.

Warmer temperatures and shorter winters have allowed the pine beetles in Colorado to thrive, spreading wildly across the state. Unfortunately, current climate projections offer no relief, as global warming’s visible impact spreads.

Consider that over the past three decades, Colorado’s temperature only increased by two degrees. While it seems like a minor amount, that small change has already brought negative events like the pine beetle infestation with it.

Installing solar panels on your Granby home or business shows your commitment to fighting climate change. As your neighbors, friends, and family members see how solar panels are benefiting you, it will convince more of them to follow your lead.

Why go solar in Granby?
Access financial incentives

Most of Granby purchases power from Mountain Parks Electric Inc., which previously offered a solar rebate program. In 2011, the rebate program gave out over $11,000, but has since been discontinued. There is a possibility they may restart in the future, so be sure to check before going solar.

Even beyond local incentives, you can claim a 30% federal tax credit from the federal government for the cost of your system. This credit will allow you to recoup a serious portion of costs and lessen the time it takes for your system to pay for itself.

Protect Granby’s scenic environment

A study from the University of Colorado notes that the changing climate has allowed the pine beetle to breed at a faster rate. In fact, the extra annual births of beetles mean that there are up to 60 times as many beetles attacking trees in any given year.

The current beetle epidemic is more severe than in any point in recorded history. Colorado must embrace renewable energy sources that reduce our reliance on fossil fuels if we hope to reclaim our forests from the beetle.

If you’re interested in doing your part, contact solar panel installers located nearby to learn more. If you have other concerns about solar panels or the environment, ask questions to solar professionals in our Q&A section.

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