All Posts Tagged With: "Clean Energy Collective"
The company’s model is designed to provide ratepayers the opportunity to purchase individual solar panels in a shared, locally-sited PV array. “Our approach is not supplanting people who want to put solar on their homes, but rather opening the market to the other 75% of electric users, said CEC founder Paul Spencer.17Oct2013 | admin | 0 comments | Continued
The agreement allows YVEA, a customer-owned rural electric cooperative serving more than 26,000 members in northwestern Colorado, to buy 500 kW of renewable energy from CEC’s newest array to be built in Craig.16Aug2013 | admin | 2 comments | Continued
Solar garden developer Clean Energy Collective is in discussions with Yampa Valley Electric Association and the Craig City Council about where it can build a 5-acre solar panel garden. The garden would have about 2,300 panels and could provide power to about 200 homes.18Jul2013 | admin | 2 comments | Continued
The new arrays are 500 kilowatts each, with two of them in Boulder County and the other in Denver County. The new projects will make solar ownership affordable and accessible to several hundred more Xcel customers, according to CEC.7Jun2013 | admin | 0 comments | Continued
The Boulder Cowdery Meadows Solar Array is the first community solar project completed under Xcel Energy’s Solar*Rewards Community program, under which any utility ratepayer can directly purchase energy from a “solar garden” and immediately save money on monthly electricity bills.17May2013 | admin | 0 comments | Continued
Clean Energy Collective will fund construction of the project in Fort Collins and Poudre Valley REA will purchase the electricity under a purchase power agreement. Once completed, PVREA consumers may purchase individual panels and their electric bills will be credited for the electricity generated each month.4Apr2013 | admin | 0 comments | Continued
The Poudre Valley REA Community Solar Farm is the first of its kind in Northern Colorado and encompasses 494 solar panels generating 116,090 watts of electricity. The panels were purchased and are owned by individual consumers
who receive electricity from PVREA.
When Cathryn and Paul Crane went shopping for a new home in Boulder, what they kept thinking about was their log cabin in the mountains. “We spent a winter there and were impressed with how energy- efficient it was,” Cathryn Crane said. “Of course, there aren’t log cabins in Boulder.”20Aug2012 | admin | 1 comment | Continued
The system is sited on seven acres in the northeast corner of Paradox Valley along U.S. Highway 90, approximately 15 miles west of Naturita, Colo. When completed, it will provide enough electricity to power roughly 220 homes within SMPA’s service territory.15Jul2012 | admin | 0 comments | Continued
The interest for community solar gardens in towns like Breckenridge is very high, according to Braun. “That’s what we’re finding in these resort-driven towns. There’s plenty of audience to sell out for the second [project] as well,” he said.11Jul2012 | admin | 0 comments | Continued
In the latest indicator, Poudre Valley Rural Electric Association announced it is partnering with Carbondale-based Clean Energy Collective to launch a community solar program with a development at PVREA’s headquarters site near the town of Windsor.7Mar2012 | admin | 2 comments | Continued