Projects

TAC’s Clean Energy Projects

The Putney School Solar Array

The Putney School Project On July 15th, 2016 a new 446 kW solar array went online at The Putney School. Tucked into a field at Lower Farm, the array is part of a long term sustainability initiative aimed at creating a net zero campus. The 1400-plus solar panels, in combination with a smaller array beside […]

Colorado State University: Complete Solar Installation

Colorado State University: Complete Solar Installation

Six different solar installation sites at Colorado State University are now complete, including installs at the Campus Recreation center, Veterinary Teaching Hospital, University Center for the Arts, and three dorms. The arrays were constructed and installed by Namasté Solar of Boulder, Colorado and are a partnership between CSU and the city of Fort Collins – all made possible by The […]

CSU Rec Center 544 kW Solar Completed

CSU Rec Center 544 kW Solar Completed

Colorado State University’s Campus Recreation Center rooftop solar array is now complete! The enormous array was constructed and installed by Namasté Solar of Boulder, Colorado and is a partnership between CSU and the city of Fort Collins – all made possible by The Atmosphere Conservancy. Part of a campus- and city-wide renewable energy initiative, CSU generates a total of 1.2 […]

Colorado State University Solar Expansion

Colorado State University Solar Expansion

Colorado State University’s students can’t see it from the ground, but their school’s rec center is covered end-to-end with solar arrays. This solar expansion project is currently being constructed and installed by Boulder’s Namasté Solar and is a partnership between CSU and the city of Fort Collins – all made possible by The Atmosphere Conservancy, which leases the site from […]

Kersey, Colorado: Gas Town Uses Solar

Kersey, Colorado: Gas Town Uses Solar

“It just makes sense, it’s green, and saves us money.” This is what Kersey, Colorado’s Brett Bloom says about The Atmosphere Conservancy’s solar development in town, which currently powers their wastewater treatment facility. Bloom is Kersey’s Town Administrator and Public Works Director. Kersey is due east of Loveland and Greeley, the latter being a boon […]

Windsor Meadows Solar

Windsor Meadows Solar

A huge part of The Atmosphere Conservancy’s mission is the deployment of affordable renewable energy systems to lower income families and their communities. We have worked with several housing authorities to set up clean and extremely cheap power generated from solar arrays at senior communities and apartment and housing complexes. The town of Windsor, Colorado […]

Pinnacle Charter School Goes Solar

Pinnacle Charter School Goes Solar

Colorado’s largest public charter school now is proud to be hosting one of the largest roof top solar arrays on a school in Colorado!  Working with  solar contracting partner Bella Energy, TAC  has completed the installation of a 662 kW  array on two buildings at the schools’ campus in Federal Heights.  The array consists of […]

Mental Health Center of Denver Solar Array

Mental Health Center of Denver Solar Array

In July of 2012 TAC completed the installation of a 40.3 kW roof mounted array on the Mental Health Center of Denver’s newly renovated building in downtown Denver.  The building boasts a dazzling array of energy efficient and eco friendly features, earning it one of the regions few LEED Platinum ratings.  The installation of the […]

Denver Urban Ministries Solar Array

Denver Urban Ministries Solar Array

In May 2011, TAC completed installation of a 10 kW grid-tied solar electric (PV) system on the roof and facade of the Denver Urban Ministries (DenUM) headquarters in downtown Denver, CO. The 501(c)(3) non-profit, DenUM, serves financially disadvantaged families and provides emergency assistance to stabilize families experiencing crisis by helping them to sustain employment and […]

Dove Valley Solar

Dove Valley Solar

Dove Valley is an affordable senior housing project in Milliken, Colorado. TAC has completed the installation of a 50 kW photovoltaic solar array distributed on multiple rooftops in the Dove Valley complex that now provides up to 70% of the electricity consumed by the residents and will save the Milliken Housing Authority more than $8,825 […]