GRID Alternatives partners on large Colorado low-income community solar project

By Kathie Zipp The Colorado Energy Office (CEO), GRID Alternatives (GRID), and Poudre Valley Rural Electric Association (PVREA) announce the development of a community solar project that will lower the electric bills of qualified low-income residents, affordable housing providers and nonprofit organizations in the utility’s service territory. Known as the Coyote Ridge Community Solar Farm, the project is part of a statewide initiative to demonstrate how the low-income community solar model can be optimized to reduce energy costs for utilities’ highest need customers – those who spend a significant portion of their income, 4 percent or more, on utility bills.
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