Colorado Solar News & Press

Pueblo Solar Company Joins Worldwide Network of Design Centers

Photon Brothers, a Pueblo-based solar installer, has been selected as a SunPower master dealer, with a ribbon cutting for its design center at 4921 N. Elizabeth St. scheduled for 4:30 p.m. Friday. The local center is part of a worldwide network of more than 1,800 companies that sell, install and service SunPower products, which are touted as the most advanced and energy-efficient solar panels in the world.

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Photon Brothers is Now a Proud Member of COSEIA

Photon Brothers is happy to announce that we are a member of COSEIA, the Colorado Solar Energy Industries Association! COSEIA is a statewide organization that promotes the expansion of the solar and storage industry and technologies.

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Green Roof Initiative

This past November, Denver took a huge step in combating climate change. This large city passed the “Denver Green Roof Initiative”, which requires buildings with a floor area of 25,000 square feet or more to have solar power, or a green roof.

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Colorado Solar Incentives: Making Solar Affordable

In a state like Colorado, which enjoys more than 300 days of sunshine annually, it’s not surprising that solar energy is an idea whose time has come. Solar panels can reduce your electric bills at the same time that it limits your carbon footprint, saving you money while helping to save the planet. You’ll be doing your part to address climate change and air pollution while enjoying clean, renewable energy for less money than you’re currently paying.

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Solar in Denver – Incentives, Policies, and Installers

Denver is known for its snow-capped mountains and a commitment to the environment. A major part of that commitment has been the city’s push toward solar energy as an alternative to coal and other traditional energy sources.

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