The city’s “green zones” program aims to encourage solar and energy efficiency projects while preventing gentrification.
A report from Xcel Energy shows strong growth in its community solar program despite smaller payments.
The student group held a news conference Wednesday asking for new regulations on greenhouse gases and fossil fuels.
A November report suggests overbuilding wind and solar capacity could be cheaper than energy storage.
The energy assistance project aims to reduce energy costs for 50 households by building a community solar garden.