Rebates and Tax Incentives

The American Recovery Reinvestment Act of 2009

The recent Economic Stimulus Act of February 2009 has extended and expanded residential renewable energy tax incentives. These incentives make the cost and installation of renewable energy systems extremely cost effective and competitive compared to the cost of conventional systems in a home. Highlights of the stimulus act include:

- Removal of all caps on the tax credits for residential renewable energy systems

- Federal tax incentive is now 30% of the cost of qualified solar hot water, solar photovoltaic, geothermal heat pumps, and small wind turbine systems.

See our Pricing page for examples of system pricing with these new incentives.

More Helpful Links

The links below provide more information on federal and local incentives in your area.

DSIRE: State Incentives for Renewable Energy
Database of state renewable energy incentives which lists rebates and locals programs in your area.
Provides information on federal tax incentives for renewable energy systems and energy efficiency improvements

Energy Star Federal Tax Incentives
Energy Star's informational page on federal tax incentives for energy efficiency

Boulder County Residential Rebates
City of Boulder's resource page for residential energy efficiency programs and rebates

Colorado GEO Solar Rebate Program

For Federal Residential Energy Credits Form, please go to