The rest of the funding – $4,150,000 of Energy Efficiency Community Block Grant funds (EECBG), $1,276,738 from Community Development Block Grant Recovery (CDBG-R, or ARRA) funds, and $5.1 million from New Clean Renewable Energy Bonds, as well as utility rebates for renewable energy – makes up the balance.
The conclusion of this study illustrates 2 points:
1. Solar panels are best installed in a tilted position.
In a progressive state like Colorado, solar kits are fast becoming the wave of the future. The state has been leading the environmental conservation movement for decades and is one of the largest solar energy producers in the country. This trend does not appear to be slowing in the slightest.
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