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When the sun shines on Grand Valley Power’s newest addition to its community solar farm, it will benefit low-income members of the Western Slope electric co-op
Mary Martinez always wanted solar panels on her home to help with her electric bill, but she could never afford them.
Unprecedented utility and non-profit partnership to develop Colorado’s first community solar program dedicated to families qualified as low-income
The community solar garden project that Grand Valley Power and the non-profit solar organization – GRID Alternatives— teamed up for is up and running
A Grand Valley electric cooperative and nonprofit solar installer have broke ground on a project to develop a community solar garden for low-income users.
Unprecedented non-profit/utility community solar partnership sparks opportunity and conversation about renewable energy access
Volunteers on Saturday afternoon completed installation of a 29 kilowatt solar power array in north Grand Junction that will generate approximately 90 percent of the energy needed to power eight low-income households in the Grand Junction area.