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Partnership Profile: Huntington House HOA

John Sharp had been searching for ways to incorporate renewable energy into his Denver Homeowner’s Association for a few years before Huntington House HOA signed up for RooflessSolar with CEC. He explored onsite solar energy systems and wind turbines, but found both options were not physically feasible nor were they financially appealing. Then he heard about community solar and Clean ... Read More »

Press Release: Colorado Recreation District Exercises Community Solar Strategy for Sustainability, Savings

LOUISVILLE, COLO. (April 25, 2017) – South Suburban Park and Recreation District (SSPRD), a Colorado special district that manages a comprehensive network of trails, parks, open space and provides recreational facilities and programs to more than 150,000 residents has tapped Clean Energy Collective’s RooflessSolar program to help meet its environmental stewardship and fiscal sustainability goals. SSPRD’s 2.4 megawatt (MW) community ... Read More »

Scott Schmid

Scott Schmid and his wife have lived in Colorado for over two decades, and are currently living in the historic country club neighborhood of Denver. They decided to do a full renovation on their historic home built in 1929, and in doing so, wanted to make the home as energy efficient as possible. This included major insulation work to keep ... Read More »

Press Release: TD Garden Taps Community Solar for Clean Energy, Lower Costs

WORCESTER, MASS. (February 13, 2017) – Clean Energy Collective (CEC), the nation’s leading community solar solutions provider, has announced a deal with Delaware North, owner and operator of TD Garden, to reduce the electricity costs of New England’s largest sports and entertainment arena through community solar. TD Garden is serving as an anchor tenant in CEC’s 1.3 MW community shared ... Read More »

Scott Vickers and Mark Waddell

Living in the heart of Denver, Mark Waddell and Scott Vickers wanted to harness the sun’s energy, but they faced several obstacles to installing panels on-site. “We live in an old home that has a really pitched roof with four dormers and we didn’t have room on our roof to put enough panels to make sense. We’d be paying for a tenth ... Read More »