CSU-Pueblo signs on to $17 million solar panel power project

Colorado News

PUEBLO, Colo. — CSU-Pueblo has signed on to a $17 million solar panel power project at the university that will be the main generating source for the academic campus.

The Pueblo Chieftain reports university officials announced the partnership Friday with Johnson Controls, Inc., Capital Dynamics and Black Hills Energy.

CSU-Pueblo President Timothy Mottet says the university will be the first in the state to reach “net zero electric” efficiency. That means the solar panels will produce enough electricity to meet the school’s needs.

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