A recent decision by a US Trade Panel found that solar power imports are a threat to the domestic industry. The panel proposed a remedy through tariffs that will go in front of President Trump for approval. Our Governor, John Hickenlooper, along with 3 other governors, urged the commission not to support the tariffs citing […]

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With energy costs being an important aspect of a business, new financing models like Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy (C-PACE) aim to increase energy savings through attractive long-term loans. The PACE program is a third party finance loan program that focuses on generating immediate positive cash flow for a business. Together, New Energy Improvement District, […]

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The Denver Green Roof Initiative has Officially Made the November Ballot.   The Denver Green Roof Initiative is a grassroots campaign comprised solely of volunteers.  This initiative would create a new building code requiring large buildings (over 25,000 square feet) across Denver to dedicate a portion of their roof to solar or vegetation.   FAQs: […]

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As you may recall (or may not want to recall), Denver and its surrounding suburbs were the victim of a massive storm earlier this year that catapulted “baseball” sized hail onto the city resulting in a record breaking 1.4 billion dollars in damages. It shattered car windows, destroyed building roofs, tore apart trees, and wreaked […]

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As solar installations continue to rise across the country, people are thinking about how solar can best benefit low-income and underserved communities. A report recently released by the Clean Energy Group looks into how a combination of solar plus battery storage can benefit both building owners and tenants of multifamily affordable housing units. The analysis […]

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