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Enphase installers are seeing a spike in deployments of its microinverters plus batteries in Colorado, a state with plenty of sunshine mixed with extreme weather events.
The Bureau of Land Management is soliciting proposals for solar development on nearly 90,000 acres of public land located across Colorado, Nevada, and New Mexico.
The 293 MW Sun Mountain solar project, set to be located in Pueblo, Colorado, and the 173 MW Bellflower solar project, set to be constructed east of Indianapolis will each be among the largest in their respective states.
16 corporate sponsors and 60 individual donors helped to raise roughly $43,900 to ease the energy burden of 176 low-income families in Colorado, which can be up to 20% of their monthly income.
The project has power purchase agreements in place with CORE Electric Cooperative and Holy Cross Energy.
A mountain home community in Colorado will connect to the cloud based “foresee” platform, which will autonomously control an internet-of-things comprised of solar PV, heating, EV charging, water heating, AC, and more.
Primergy will operate the facility, which will sell its power to Holy Cross Energy under a 25-year power purchase agreement.
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