Golden in the News: Renewable Energy and the City Shops

I've been working with folks on our city staff, the Environmental Protection Agency, NREL, and our architect over the last couple of months to figure out how to integrate energy efficiency and renewable energy technologies into the design of our new city shops project. Today's Denver Post has a really supportive column about some of those efforts.

I also noticed that the Colorado Fuel Cell Center celebrated its grand opening this week. The Center – located on the CSM campus in Golden – is a project of the Governor's Office of Energy Management and Conservation, the Gas Technology Institute, the Colorado School of Mines, Versa Power Systems, Inc., and National Renewable Energy Laboratory.


One Response to “Golden in the News: Renewable Energy and the City Shops”

  1. Golden Wins “Cool Cities” Award « Jacob Smith for Golden Says:

    […] those lines, we are still trying to make the solar panel proposal for the new city shops work, but regardless they will integrate key technologies and design features that both reduce its […]

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