CTU Colorado Springs - IEEE Pikes Peak Section Solar Array Presentation

The IEEE Pikes Peak Section Professional Activities Committee for Engineers and the Power and Energy Society are pleased to present:

“Boots on the Roof—the Economics and Engineering for Installing a 25kW Solar Array on a Roof in Colorado Springs”

Sam Masias
Business Development
Solar Division
Whitney Electric

When:   Friday, April 2, 12:00 – 1:15

Where:  CTU Colorado Springs Campus, Room 252

RSVP: http://meetings.vtools.ieee.org/meeting_view/list_meeting/1959

Pizza will be provided at a cost of $8 per person.  This talk is open to all IEEE members and the general public. 

Presentation Outline:

• Electrical energy cost for the past 20 years
• Energy cost projected for 25 years
• Colorado Renewable Portfolio Standard
• Springs Utilities rebate program
• Federal tax credits
• Two case studies – 25 kW systems
• Questions

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