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City of Manitou Springs (CO) to be 100% Solar Powered

April 2014 - The city of Manitou Springs, Colorado, has agreed to purchase about 0.5 megawatts (MW) of electricity for its city-owned facilities from a solar array that will be built by SunShare, a solar supplier company. The company plans to start construction of the 2-MW plant in July 2014 and begin generating electricity in October that will be available for sale to Manitou Springs and other customers. Manitou Springs will pay 5.6¢ per kilowatt-hour for electricity generated. The agreement doesn't apply to residential or commercial customers in Manitou Springs, but they can apply individually to obtain their power through the solar garden.

Press Release - City of Manitou Springs Votes to be 100 Percent Powered by Solar

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