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5 Things to Consider When Purchasing an Electric Vehicle

Not too long ago, Electric Vehicles (EVs) used to seem like something out of The Jetsons, but they are quickly making their way into the mainstream, and for good reason. Not only are EVs consistently described as quiet, fast, and fun to drive, but they give you the power to divest from fossil fuels and save money in the long ... Read More »

Businesses Benefitting from RooflessSolar

All businesses are looking for ways to cut costs, and many businesses are looking for ways to cut energy use. But the options available to address both of these at the same time are limited, especially for small or emerging businesses. With the cost of solar energy plummeting, and over one million solar systems installed, solar is proving to be ... Read More »

CEC Team Member Spotlight: Roy Palk, National Energy Advisor

Community solar is a relatively new industry, yet it is benefitting from the expertise of seasoned energy market professionals. For Clean Energy Collective, this comes via Roy Palk, a 46-year industry veteran that serves as CEC’s National Energy Advisor. Roy guides CEC with strategic and market development efforts, primarily with electric cooperatives and municipal utilities, and represents CEC with those ... Read More »

Press Release: TD Garden Taps Community Solar for Clean Energy, Lower Costs

WORCESTER, MASS. (February 13, 2017) – Clean Energy Collective (CEC), the nation’s leading community solar solutions provider, has announced a deal with Delaware North, owner and operator of TD Garden, to reduce the electricity costs of New England’s largest sports and entertainment arena through community solar. TD Garden is serving as an anchor tenant in CEC’s 1.3 MW community shared ... Read More »

Pueblo County School District 70

Pueblo County School District 70 (D70), a public school district comprised of 21 schools serving 9,560 students in south central Colorado, recently made the decision to offset 100% of its electricity needs from Black Hills Energy with clean, solar energy. “It’s exciting to be the first school district in the state to employ this strategy, and I’m hopeful we are ... Read More »