The Denver Solar Co-op has selected Sunfinity Renewable Energy as its dedicated solar contractor, set to install solar panels for the 50-member group.
“It is an honor to be selected because we know the great work Solar United Neighbors has done, and how committed they are to ensure their co-op members have a great experience going solar,” said John Billingsley, chairman and CEO of Sunfinity Renewable Energy. “We are eager to help these Denver homeowners start enjoying the financial and environmental benefits of going solar and providing them quality work and service at a good price.”
The co-op is a group of Denver homeowners working with vendor-neutral non-profit Solar United Neighbors to put solar on rooftops. By going solar as a group and choosing a single installer, members can save on the cost of going solar and have the support of fellow group participants and solar experts at Solar United Neighbors.
Co-op members selected Sunfinity Renewable Energy through a competitive bidding process over seven other firms.
“I was really impressed with the thorough vetting process of each bid we received,” said co-op member Stacey Decker. “I enjoyed being able to process and evaluate the vast amount of information we received regarding the technology, equipment, options and company structure in accordance with the priorities expressed by our co-op members. It was an in-depth but smooth process, and we are confident that Sunfinity will provide both the value and the professionalism that are a top priority for co-op members.”
Denver co-op members selected Sunfinity Renewable Energy because of their affordable pricing, strong warranties and experience.
Solar United Neighbors expands access to solar by educating people about the benefits of distributed solar energy, helping them organize group solar installations and strengthening solar policies and the community of solar supporters. It helps thousands of homeowners go solar each year.
The Denver Solar Co-op is Solar United Neighbor’s third group in Colorado. Earlier this year, the non-profit helped homeowners in the Yampa Valley and Fort Collins go solar which has led to over $1.3 million invested in the industry.
The Denver co-op is open to new participants until November 8th. Denver residents interested in joining the co-op can sign up at the co-op web page.
“It will take action at every level to achieve Denver’s goal of 100% renewable electricity by 2030,” said Taylor Moellers, Denver Sustainable Neighborhoods Program administrator. “We are excited to partner with Solar United Neighbors of Colorado to empower our residents to play a role in building an equitable and affordable clean energy future.”
The solar co-op is free to join and joining is not a commitment to purchase panels. Sunfinity Renewable Energy will provide each co-op member with an individualized proposal designed for their specific home and based on the group rate.
News item from Solar United Neighbors