Freedom Forever Expands Footprint to Colorado

It offers a unique 25-year production guarantee that ensures all installed systems meet or exceed kilowatt hour production for 25 years.

Freedom Forever, the innovative residential solar energy installer, recently named one of America’s fastest growing companies by Inc. Magazine, announced its expansion into Colorado.

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The company currently serves customers in California, Arizona and Nevada. It has selected Colorado as its next market because of the large growth potential for solar energy in that state, due to its climate and solar-friendly regulatory environment.

With solar energy production expected to reach over 1800 MW in the next 5 years according to SEIA, the company is confident that Colorado is on track to be a leading solar state.

Commenting on the development, Freedom Forever, CEO, Brett Bouchy said, “We are thrilled to begin serving residential solar customers in Colorado, a state that is primed to be an ideal location for solar projects and a market ripe with opportunity for residential solar energy.”

“At Freedom Forever, we are committed to a service-first model for delivering solar energy that puts the customer at its center and maximizes their return on investment in a home solar system. As a fast-growing company, Colorado was a natural fit as we seek to expand our footprint in markets where solar is in demand and homeowners are looking for a long-term partner for their renewable energy needs,” Bouchy added.

Also, home solar systems are increasingly in demand, due to a decrease in installation fees and the potential energy cost-saving opportunities for consumers.

On top of this, the company brings a unique approach to home solar that prioritizes ownership, return on investment and reliable long-term support designed to increase home value.

It offers a unique 25-year production guarantee that ensures all installed systems meet or exceed kilowatt hour production for 25 years.

As part of this guarantee, the company not only services solar systems as needed, but they will also compensate homeowners for non-production.

Manu Tayal

Manu Tayal

Manu is an Associate Editor at Saur Energy International where she writes and edits clean & green energy news, featured articles and interview industry veterans with a special focus on solar, wind and financial segments.

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