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The energy grid is what connects our homes and businesses to the energy-producing power plants we all depend upon. This vital energy infrastructure is comprised of thousands of miles of transmission lines, distribution lines, transformer stations, and other components essential to giving us the energy we need on demand.
As of November 1, 2018, the Denver Green Building Ordinance (GBO)—a revised version of the Green Roof Initiative (GRI)—became effective in Denver, Colorado. This law affects all newly constructed buildings over 25,000 sqft., any new building additions over 25,000 sqft., and roof permits for existing buildings over 25,000 sqft.
More and more utilities are changing to alternative rate structures such as time-of-use (TOU) pricing where the cost of electricity changes throughout the day to match demand.
LEED is an acronym that stands for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design and is the most widely used green building certification system in the world. Learn how solar energy can help you achieve LEED Certification for your building and reach your sustainability goals.
IPS Lead Solar Consultant Ben Valley breaks down some of the most common questions around how to read and interpret what’s on your residential solar Xcel bill.
The Grid is the complex and sophisticated electrical infrastructure we’ve come to rely on to make our modern lives possible. However, the grid is quickly becoming overloaded and outdated and key components of this system are not being properly maintained.
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