Chrysalis Co-op Goes Solar

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Thanks to a series of generous grants from local and regional sources, the BHC was able to install photovoltaic panels at the Chrysalis cooperative in early 2009.

The Boulder Housing Coalition would like to thank the following organizations for their generous support of this project:

Energy Outreach Colorado

City of Boulder ClimateSmart Solar Grant Program

Xcel Energy Trust

This 4.4kw solar array compensates for a significant fraction of Chrysalis Co-op’s total energy usage.

Click here to view a real time monitor for the Chrysalis solar array.

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