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Net Metering is a Way to Move Colorado Toward Climate Justice

Communities of color have disproportionately borne the weight of environmental injustice -- and it is no different with our electricity production system where the health and economic impacts of the processes are a particularly heavy load. Nearly 70 percent of all African-Americans live within 30 miles of coal-fired power plants like Denver's Cherokee Station, making African-Americans more likely to suffer from exposure to smog, mercury, and other harmful emissions than any other group. >>View Article 

Solar Power Among Industries Offering 'Takeoff' for Troops

Installing solar panels. Managing a hotel. Running a company.There are soldiers, airmen and other military service members who would be good at all of those jobs. The trick is connecting them with the right training and employment on their way out of the Armed Forces. >>View Article 

White Paper: Monetizing Energy Security

Renewable energy offers greater lifecycle value when compared to fossil or nuclear energy, and provides a more reliable and secure resource, which ultimately lowers the actual levelized cost to US Department of Defense. >>View Article 

Solar Power Prices are Dropping Fast, NREL Says

The price of solar power panels dropped as much as 19 percent nationwide in 2013 and are expected to drop by as much as 12 percent in 2014, according to a new report from the National Renewable Energy Laboratory in Golden. >>View Article 

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