Mango Manor Goes Solar!

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Thanks to generous grants from several local and regional sources, the BHC was able to install a solar array on the roof of Mango Manor in late 2021.

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

Boulder County’s Worthy Cause Program

The City of Boulder

Partners for a Clean Environment (PACE)

The 11.52 kW solar array consists of 32 photovoltaic panels, and compensates for a significant fraction of Mango Manor’s total energy usage.

Click here to see aerial drone footage of the newly installed solar panels on Mango Manor’s roof!

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