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RES Looks to Attract Diverse Talent in Move to Denver’s McGregor Square

RES, the world’s largest independent renewable energy company, has officially opened its new Americas headquarters in McGregor Square. The team moved from its previous location in Broomfield in the hopes of attracting and attaining more employees. The office will initially be home to approximately 180 people, the majority of which will …

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How to Assess a Commercial Solar Proposal

By Rachel Mountain You’ve researched solar and found that it can be a great financial investment for commercial property owners. Of course, you now want to know how solar could benefit your specific property, so the next step is requesting a proposal from a reputable company. Every solar proposal comes with a …

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Namaste Solar and the Community Donate Community Solar Subscriptions to 400 Low-Income Families 

Solar energy will help power the homes of 400 Colorado families this coming year that are unable to keep up with utility payments because of the $100,000 raised by the Keep the Lights on Colorado community giving campaign. Namaste Solar brought businesses and individuals together to support the campaign with …

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New Assessment Tool Identifies Opportunities for Decarbonization

A brand new proprietary digital software assessment tool that identifies custom decarbonization, retrofitting, and cost savings opportunities for real estate investors and owners has been launched courtesy of Cushman & Wakefield. C&W Green Buildings was created through an exclusive partnership with CFP Green Buildings (CFP), a consultancy with a mission of …

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Top 5 Reasons Your Business Will Benefit From Solar

By Rachel Mountain Namaste Solar has seen businesses from all different industries and verticals invest in on-site solar. We designed and constructed 4.2 MW of solar across 20 sites for Colorado State University. We worked with Jax Ranch & Home to design and install a system that will offset 100% of their …

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Namaste Solar and Solaris Energy Help CSU Double its Solar Sites on Campus

Colorado State University (CSU) is now 20 steps closer to its goal of 100 percent renewable electricity by 2030. Yesterday, CSU, project partners Namaste Solar, Solaris Energy and Standard Solar, students, staff and state government officials gathered on campus to celebrate the University’s milestone deployment of solar energy on campus. …

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New Cushman & Wakefield Report Details Denver’s Trajectory Approach to Building Decarbonization

According to a new Cushman & Wakefield report: Denver’s Innovative Building Performance Standard Legislation, an estimated 40 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions come from the built environment. Because the built environment is concentrated in urban communities, cities are playing a major role in achieving the goal of decarbonizing the world. …

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Unico Solar Gardens to Power T-Mobile Retail Locations

Excelsior Energy Capital, Unico Solar Investors and Namaste Solar recently broke ground on two community solar gardens in Greeley, totaling 4 megawatts of capacity. The single-axis tracker solar installations are designed and being built by Namaste Solar, an employee-owned cooperative based in Colorado. The installations are located on land leased …

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Cuningham Achieves Net Zero Carbon Across Firm’s Internal Operations

Cuningham, a national design firm, is proud to announce its internal operations are officially Net Zero Carbon. After a four-year effort to better understand the firm’s impact on the global environment, Cuningham — which has over 260 employees across six U.S. offices, including Denver — is now making a commitment …

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How to Safe Harbor the 26% Solar Tax Credit Before It Drops

By Rachel Mountain The Investment Tax Credit (ITC) has supported the growth of solar energy across the country by allowing property owners to recapture a significant percentage of the solar system price. The ITC is claimed on federal income taxes and can be monetized the first year after system operation. The tax credit …

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