Pivot Energy, which partnered with Black Hills Energy on a community solar garden in Southern Colorado, is now accepting subscribers for the solar garden, the company announced recently. Through a competitive bid process earlier this year, Black Hills selected Pivot Energy as a partner to develop a 2-megawatt community solar garden in the region. This is Pivot’s second community solar garden with Black Hills, according to the company.
Residents in Pueblo and the surrounding areas are being serviced with the solar garden. Registration for the solar garden can be completed quickly at https://platform.pivotenergy.net/residential.
Jon Sullivan, senior vice president of project development for Pivot Energy, said anyone in Black Hills Energy territory can subscribe to the solar garden and save money on their utility bill. “By subscribing, residents are guaranteed to save money on their monthly utility bill,” Sullivan said. “There are no upfront costs associated with participating. A subscriber pays monthly for the energy produced by their portion of the solar project.”
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