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A community solar project designed for low-income co-op members is drawing attention on Capitol Hill.
Grand Valley Power, GRID Alternatives and Housing Resources of Western Colorado are partnering to provide a one of a kind community solar garden benefiting low-income residents.
March 27 was a groundbreaking day for Grand Junction-based Grand Valley Power. Construction began on an innovative project that brought GVP and GRID Alternatives into partnership to provide a community solar array, exclusively dedicated to low-income consumers
A look at a company creating jobs and serving low-income communities, all while bettering the environment.
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In partnership with GRID Alternatives Colorado, Grand Valley Power last week broke ground on a photovoltaic power plant in Grand Junction, a mainly rural, low-income area. Residents will be able to buy electricity generated by the 25-kilowatt solar system, saving an estimated $50 to $75 on their monthly utility bill.
Thanks to net metering — a practice that lets homeowners sell to utilities excess electricity generated by solar panels — Americans in more than 45 states enjoy cheaper and carbon-free power.
Innovative utility and non-profit partnership to develop Colorado’s first community solar program dedicated to families qualified as low-income
A community solar project designed to help low-income members gain more control over their energy costs is in the works at a Colorado electric cooperative.