GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. - In just a few days, construction crews will break ground on a solar garden, unlike any other on the Western Slope. The project has been in the making for two years and partners are ready to see it finally get off the ground. Officials say it will be well worth the wait, will savings in the millions expected.
What is now an empty lot, will soon bloom with energy.
"A community solar garden is very new, new to Colorado and very new to the solar industry," said Eric Anderson, energy manager for School District 51.
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