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Kit Carson Electric Cooperative took another step towards its goal of generating 100 percent daytime solar power.
KCEC, in partnership with the privately held renewable energy developer Torch Clean Energy, secured funding to develop 21MW of solar capacity and 15MW of solar storage, bringing them closer to their goal months earlier than planned.
The Village of Questa has long been a local leader in solar energy production
As the Mayor of the Village of Questa, I was surprised by Michael Tashji’s article in the Feb. 11 issue of the Taos News titled “Solar energy lights the way forward in Questa” with its implication that solar was new to Questa. I was also surprised by Bill Baron’s cartoon in the same issue with the caption, “Ghost of the carbon footprint,” implying that Questa had now finally started “mining the sun.”
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.