LOUISVILLE, Colo., 4. Nov 2010/PRNewswire/–Geological Society of America (GSA) recently celebrated 65 kW solar energy system, the Boulder City atop have been completed. The new array contains 35% of the building to avoid every year, more than 160,000 lbs of carbon dioxide emissions from electric annual consumption.
“We are indebted to Xcel Energy and the City of Boulder, in order to ensure that this local access to finance investments in the first of many renewable energy sources, to the extent possible in the GSA. The Society is committed to demonstrate environmental leadership, and we want to know that this funding is in place, other commercial and general interest services “, said the Director-General of the Jack Hess GSA. The building uses 100% renewable energy sources (wind & solar) will enter into force on 1 January 2011, according to him, Hess.”Also, I want to thank Sun Setup, Bella Energy professional workmanship. Hess and expertise for the success of this project was a key reason for” said.
“It is very exciting to work with the GSA,” said Andrew McKenna, Bella Energy CEO. “My family had a close connection with the organisation already for years, since my father was already for a long time. It is great to see that Bella Energy helps to conserve electrical charges money for GSA and continue to environmental leadership. ”
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