Solar Water Heaters And Denver Home Energy Rebates

Using the sun’s thermal energy to heat water, solar-powered water heaters come in a variety of designs, all of which include a collector and storage tank. These state-of-the-art heaters are described based upon its design and type of collector and circulation system. In order for existing homes and new construction to qualify for a tax credit or rebate, certain requirements must be met. In Colorado, for example, the water must be used in the dwelling; the residence must depend upon a photovoltaic system (solar panels) for electricity and must meet fire and electrical code requirements. The Tax Credit generally applies to installation costs for Solar Water Heat, Geothermal Heat Pumps, Photovoltaics and other Solar Electric Technologies. As a homeowner you may qualify for an energy efficient mortgage (EEM) to either finance improvements for energy efficiency to your existing home or to strengthen your buying power when purchasing a new energy efficient home. To have all of your questions answered about Denver home energy rebates, contact us today. Schedule a consultation to find out if you qualify for rebates, incentives or tax credits. Not only are we experts in the industry, but we are Colorado’s best energy audit specialists. It is our mission to put you in a better financial position by helping you to conserve energy.