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The 1,250 kW Blue Sky array was built in 2012 near Taos Mesa Brewing. It features 5,280 panels, capable of powering 350 homes. A single-axis t…
ABOVE: The 1,250 kW Blue Sky array was built in 2012 near Taos Mesa Brewing. It features 5,280 panels, capable of powering 350 homes. A single…
This house in El Salto has 20 rooftop panels well-concealed behind the parapets.
The inverter converts the power to direct current, and is the only piece of hardware that had to be indoors.
The panels were grouped in two clusters to avoid skylights and remain out of sight.
A slide from the Camus Energy dashboard.
By early 2021, Kit Carson Electrical Cooperative (KCEC) will complete the installation of a 15 megawatt solar array near the airport, reaching its goal of 100 percent daytime solar. This is a huge milestone: 100 percent of our daytime electrical needs will be solar-generated on a sunny midsummer day. In effect, about 42 percent of our annual load will be renewable energy – mere shouting distance from the 50 percent goal mandated for 2030 by the New Mexico Energy Transition Act. Kudos to Kit Carson and CEO Luis Reyes!
Kit Carson Electric Cooperative has signed an agreement to have Torch Clean Energy of Boulder, Colorado, develop and build two new solar arrays, each with its own storage facility, which together will add 21 megawatts of solar capacity and 15 megawatts of storage capacity.
We have made significant progress in the transition to clean energy in north-central New Mexico, and we should be proud of what we've achieved. I address two questions - How much progress have we …