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Apr 7, 2016

Spark: Why Rural Electric Cooperatives Are Opting for Community-Scale Solar

 
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THURSDAY, April 7, 2016     
WHY RURAL ELECTRIC COOPERATIVES ARE OPTING FOR COMMUNITY-SCALE SOLAR

Community-scale solar is becoming an important tool for rural electric cooperatives as they begin their transition from a centralized fossil-fuel-based energy system to an increasingly distributed and renewable system. Read More.




RMI'S INNOVATION CENTER EDUCATES THE YOUNGER GENERATION

A lot of visitors have been coming to check out RMI's new energy-efficient office building in Basalt, Colorado, among them over 300 local schoolchildren. From elementary schools to high schools, students have learned how we are net-zero energy, cool our building with no air conditioning, and heat our building with no central heat. We have over 100 students scheduled to come next month as well. We are excited and proud that our Innovation Center is helping to educate the next generation on energy issues. Take A Tour.




UPCOMING WEBINAR: SOLAR-PLUS-STORAGE: HOW 1+1=3

Are you interested in learning how storage improves PV project economics? Join Geli and RMI Wednesday, April 20th at 1 p.m. EST to learn how pairing solar PV with a behind-the-meter energy storage system can increase savings for the end customer and improve project returns. Register Here.




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