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Colorado State University Solar Project

Project Details

In an effort to be more sustainable, Colorado State University will be installing a student-funded 80 kW rooftop solar array on their Lory Student Center (LSC) building. The project is expected to provide the following benefits for CSU, its students, and its community:

  • Large Sustainable Impact & On-site Power Generation: This solar PV system is projected to produce 113,750 kWh. That is equivalent to the electricity consumed by 13 average households in a year!
  • Reduced Stress on Electric Grid: The LSC building is used extensively on CSU’s campus, so offsetting its operations with on-site power generated from the solar PV system will reduce the stress CSU puts on the Fort Collins electric grid.
  • Learning Opportunities for Students: The project includes a “dashboard” interface where real time solar generation can be shown on a screen in a public area of the LSC.
  • Local Jobs: This project will create local construction jobs for solar installation.

Products to be installed

Role in project

EnergyLink secured the RFP for this project and will be the sole design-build contractor.

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Quick project facts

Project location

Fort Collins, CO

Project start date

October 2020

Projected completion date

December 2020

Schematic Designs & Plans

Site plans and schematic designs for the solar installation can be viewed below.

Renderings

Renderings created by the EnergyLink team for the Colorado State University project can be found below.

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