Vail, Colorado Solar Companies

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

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"Going Solar" in Vail?

Installing solar panels in Vail

Featuring the most ski trails of any resort in the United States, Vail is a top wintertime destination for many in the world.

Vail’s ski town atmosphere attracts many to its slopes, which see a large amount of snow annually. Unfortunately, that snowfall is being reduced by the effects of global warming, which threaten to impact Vail’s reputation.

Research from the Mountain Studies Institute shows that temperatures across Colorado have risen by two degrees over the last three decades, and are set to rise by 5.5 degrees through 2050.

Minor shifts in temperature have wide-ranging consequences – snowmelt in Colorado has already shifted three weeks earlier since 1978, and overall snowpack could be reduced by 20% by 2040.

Vail is committed to ensuring that future isn’t set in stone, and is increasingly relying on renewable energy sources that don’t contribute to global warming. By going solar in Vail, you join a movement in the U.S. to collectively reduce fossil fuel use, helping to protect the region for generations to come.

Why go solar in Vail?
Access local incentives

If you purchase electricity from Holy Cross Energy in Vail, you can access a local incentive that significantly lowers your installation costs. Holy Cross offers a Renewable Rebate program that pays up to $1.50 per watt of installed capacity, up to $9,000.

Additionally, you can claim a 30% tax credit on the cost of your system from the federal government, further reducing costs.

Combat global warming in Vail

Vail stands to lose much in the battle over global warming. Its economy relies heavily on attracting people from across the world to its ski slopes, and if that were to disappear, it could spell economic disaster for many in the town.

If you’re interested in reducing your reliance on fossil fuels, and your contribution to global warming, contact solar installers located nearby. If you have further concerns before going solar, you can visit our Q&A section to speak with solar professionals.

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