You can make a local difference by contributing as little as $1 a month (an adder to your monthly electric bill) to help advance the installation of local renewables. MPE consumer-members can also apply for a rebate (see below).Through this program, since 2011, more than $300,000 has been invested in local green projects. Currently, more than 1,500 MPE consumer-members contribute to this program. Becoming a contributor is easy. Sign up today!
Since 2011, MPE has rebated more than $300,000 to local renewable energy installations. To apply for a local renewable energy installation rebate, you must also contribute to the program. Currently, MPE's rebate is $1,000 for >2kW systems, starting January 1, 2023 the rebate will be $500.
Nameplate Rating Limits:
RESIDENTIAL: up to 25 kW nameplate
COMMERCIAL: up to 250 kW nameplate
NOTE: You must submit your rebate application within 90 days of net metered connection to MPE's system and provide a PV Watts report.
If you are installing a renewable installation to net-meter your electricity with MPE, YOU MUST FIRST COMPLETE OUR INTERCONNECTION AGREEMENT. Call us at (970) 887-3378 Ext. 4 to request an agreement form.
After completing and submitting the agreement, MPE will physically inspect your system to verify the nameplate rating, inverters, location, etc. Upon approval, your net-metering account will be activated.
For more information about MPE's net-metering tariff, READ TARIFF SECTION 330 (link below).
MPE invests in a number of local renewable projects. Our first project was a small solar array at Middle Park High School in Granby. Since then, we have expanded our local renewable purchases to include hydro and commercial-scale solar projects.
The power that you receive from MPE is getting greener and greener. By 2024, it will be 50 percent renewable (up from 33 percent renewable in 2020). Westminster, Colo.-based Tri-State G&T, MPE's wholesale power supplier, is making big investments today to green up our power mix.