Posted by Keri Brown on March 4, 2014
The city of Salida has had the opportunity since February 2013 to become a solar city placing renewable energy systems on pumping stations and buildings. I have watched this process from the beginning.
Posted by Steve Stucko on May 2, 2010
This is the first system of it’s kind installed in Colorado, and a first for Salida based Peak Solar. This installation really demonstrates how green energy can benefit rural communities like Salida.
Posted by Lee Hart on January 6, 2009
BV Finance Director Christine DeChristopher worries about her now-famous activist son’s future.
Posted by Bill Donavan on December 15, 2008
Salida students visited the 8.22 megawatt SunEdison solar photovoltaic plant, one of the world’s largest, near Alamosa, Colorado. The electricity produced there helps Xcel Energy comply with Amendment 37 and Colorado’s new renewable energy standard.
Posted by Lee Hart on October 21, 2008
Holman and Mallett are diametrically opposed when it comes to Brown’s Canyon Wilderness designation, but the lines are blurred when it comes to renewable energy.
Posted by Lee Hart on September 18, 2008
Mount Princeton Geothermal LLC’s proposed energy project in Chaffee County’s Chalk Creek Canyon could provide power to upwards of 4,000 homes.
Posted by Lee Hart on May 14, 2008
Could the same forces that heat the water at Mount Princeton and Cottonwood hot springs resorts, be harnessed to power nearly half of all Chaffee County households?