The state’s commercial property assessed clean energy program was originally designed for building retrofits only.
Xcel Energy has already pledged to go carbon-free, allowing the city’s plan to focus on other areas to reduce emissions.
A company selling residential community solar subscriptions says momentum will stall without policy changes.
As clean energy advocates make the case for switching from gas heat, alternatives remain niche products for contractors.
A growing list of nonprofits is partnering with solar developers to lower utility costs for lower-income residents.