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What does it take to be a Solar CitiSun? It's easy, free and you don't even need to have solar on your home. You are joining us to build a "knowledge community" about renewable energy and sustainability. Just click this link and register for FREE so that we can keep you informed when renewable energy programs are in your area, when laws or regulations may be hotly debated, and when new important changes in technology arrive on the scene.
We believe renewable energy has a future in Colorado as unlimited as our blue skies and sunshine. We were the first state to vote for a renewable energy standard through a popular vote. Coloradans overwhelmingly support more renewable energy and energy efficiency. Our energy system needs to grow and change to encourage renewable energy and other exciting new products and services such as batteries for storage. And we need a strong community of Solar CitiSuns to get involved in shaping the future! LIKE & FOLLOW US on Facebook.
Clean Energy Means Business ... and Jobs
Colorado’s energy system needs to evolve to encourage renewable energy and other new products and services such as solar panels, batteries for storage and technology to increase our electrical system’s security and resiliency. Coloradans want more energy independence and the opportunity to have more choices. New Energy Colorado seeks to help provide education and outreach on how the energy system functions today, what barriers utilities are putting in the way of progress, and how the public can have a bigger voice in deciding our energy future.
Since 2004, more than 30,000 Coloradans have gone solar, using their own resources to put panels on their homes and businesses to take advantage of unlimited clean energy from the sun. Colorado now ranks 9th in the nation in installed solar capacity with 540 MW currently installed enough to power 103,000 homes. More than 400 solar companies employ more than 5,000 Coloradans across the state.