The Denver Department of Public Health & Environment (DDPHE) recently signed the Energy Future Partnership with Xcel Energy that will help Denver meet climate and energy goals through clean and renewable technology, energy efficiency, electric vehicles and grid resilience.
Through July 18, Xcel Energy and DDPHE are encouraging residents to sign up for the Renewable Connect program to help Denver achieve its renewable energy goals. The program aims to deliver clean, affordable solar energy to Denver residents with no equipment necessary.
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