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Two New Community Solar Arrays Come Online in Colorado

December 2012 - Two new community solar arrays have come online in Colorado, both developed by Carbondale-based Clean Energy Collective. The first is Colorado Springs's third community solar installation and is capable of producing 500 kilowatts (kW). Customers of the community solar array are able to purchase panels for $565 each, with a minimum of two panels. The other two community solar systems in Colorado Springs were developed by SunShare, a Colorado Springs-based company.

The second community solar array to recently come online in Colorado is a 1.1 megawatt facility in the
San Miguel Power Association, Inc. service territory in southwestern Colorado. Customers are able to purchase panels within the system for $705 each and as few as one panel.

In total, Clean Energy Collective is now operating or constructing 14 community solar developments totaling more than 5,300 kW of solar capacity.

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