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Community Solar Lunch ‘n Learn Event this Wednesday
SunShare hosts lunch event for businesses and municipalities in Denver County
The events are targeted to businesses and governmental agencies and will touch on the history of the landmark legislation that created Solar Gardens, SunShare’s partnership with Xcel Energy, and how entities can participate in this exciting new program.
Community Solar was designed to broaden citizen and community access to locally generated solar energy. Residents living in apartments, small businesses and homeowners that couldn’t afford their own systems or large organizations without the proper roof space now have the option to choose solar.
“We are excited to partner with Xcel Energy on this new approach to solar energy. Customer demand is high and capacity in our four Denver Metro Area gardens is going quickly. We are holding these educational events to make sure the wider community is aware of the opportunity to join the program, said Jonathan W. Postal (J.W.) Sr. Vice President of SunShare.
SunShare’s Lunch ‘n Learn event will be on Wednesday, May 7th, from 11:45am-1pm at Maggiano’s Little Italy, 500 16th Street Mall #150. Community members interested in attending should RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information on the Community Solar Program, visit www.mysunshare.com Customers interested in becoming a part of SunShare’s Community Solar Gardens should email email@example.com or call 303.296.0919.
SunShare is one of the nation’s first Community Solar companies with a mission to make solar energy simple, affordable, and accessible to all. The company’s two 500kW Community Solar Gardens in Colorado Springs are the first fully subscribed solar projects like it in the country. SunShare builds, maintains, and operates the Community Solar Gardens, allowing businesses and residents anywhere in a utility’s service territory to use solar energy, regardless of roof space or home ownership. SunShare has over 13 megawatts of Community Solar Gardens under development in Colorado’s Front Range. They have projects underway with Colorado Springs Utilities, Xcel Energy and Fort Collins Utilities with the capacity to serve over 3,000 homes.