High Country Conservation Center and the Summit Climate Action Collaborative, which includes local towns, are offering local residents and businesses a limited-time discount on solar panel installation through their Solarize Summit program. The Town of Frisco is participating in this program for a second year by offering ten $1,500 rebates to Frisco residents or businesses when they sign a contract with the installer, Active Energies Solar, by June 30, 2020.
Sign Up Now for a Free Site Visit and Proposal
Frisco residents and businesses can start the process right now by signing up for a free, no-obligation site visit from Active Energies Solar at HighCountryConservation.org, which will result in a free, customized proposal to assist interested residents and businesses in determining if solar is right for them. If a contract is signed with Active Energies Solar by June 30, the customer qualifies for the $1,500 Town of Frisco rebate and the Solarize Summit rebate, ranging from $250-$500, in addition to a 26% Federal tax credit. Solar systems range in cost from $7,500 – $50,000 (before rebates and tax credit), and generally speaking, the smaller and more efficient the space, the smaller the system that will be needed.Sign Up for a Free Solar Site Visit and Proposal Now
Frisco Priority: Sustainable Environment
“The past two months have certainly made clear that humans have the ability to have a profoundly positive impact on the world around them. Frisco wants to support residents and businesses as they transition to clean energy choices, and this is why we decided to support these 10 solar rebates here in Frisco,” stated Frisco Mayor Pro Tem Jessica Burley.
Frisco Town Council committed to encouraging installation of solar through financial support as part of their strategic priority for a sustainable environment, which includes the goal to implement Summit Climate Action Plan and move to 100% renewable energy.