Solar production continues to climb with the longer days. During March (122%), April (151%), May (181%) and now June (223%) our photovoltaic system cranked more electrons into the grid than we needed and helped power other facilities and reduce the need to burn fossil fuels for electricity.  It will be interesting to see how our new LED lights in the building impact our electrical use.  We estimated reducing electrical use by over 50%. Stay tuned.

Check out CLEER’s Building Energy Navigator to see the energy use of other public buildings in Garfield County

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