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Unformatted text preview: terested or involved in renewable and sustainable energy.” Bill Myrick, Summer Window Co. CONTACT US Jessica Baumgarten 303.492.4702 | Jessica.Baumgarten@colorado.edu leeds.colorado.edu/RETool Find RETool on continued on page 28 27 Leeds BEOF Book Ads FINAL.indd 6 11/9/11 12:43 PM 2012 Colorado Business Economic Outlook Mining and Logging continued from page 27 In terms of cumulative installed solar capacity, Colorado ranked third in 2010, with 108 MW installed. Tri-State G&T buys power from the 30-MW thin-film solar plant in northeast New Mexico (Cimarron I Solar Project). In addition to utility-scale electricity, much of solar’s input is from small-scale or distributed generation types of facilities, such as individual home solar projects that are prevalent throughout Colorado. Xcel Energy partners with most of the renewable energy projects in Colorado. U.S. Bureau of Reclamation through the Western Area Power Association (WAPA), but some are privately owned or operated by loca...
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