Pivot Energy and Standard Solar Develop Three New Community Solar Projects in Colorado
By Pivot EnergyMay 11 2021
Pivot Energy, Colorado’s largest community solar developer, and Standard Solar, Inc., a nationally recognized leader in the development, funding, ownership, and operation of commercial and community solar assets, have announced the development of three new community solar projects in Colorado. Two projects are located in Garfield County and the third in Jefferson County. The projects in total represent four megawatts of new clean and abundant solar energy and will produce enough electricity to power more than 700 homes.
One megawatt of the portfolio is solely dedicated to serving low-income subscribers, while the remaining three megawatts have been subscribed to by local municipalities and organizations. Pivot Energy developed and constructed the solar gardens and will provide customer management services, while Standard Solar will finance, own, and maintain the systems.
Pivot Energy is a national solar provider that develops, finances, builds, owns, and manages solar and energy storage projects. Pivot offers a distributed energy platform that includes a range of services and software aimed at serving the full solar ecosystem.