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There are already more than 30 of these types of projects for consumers who want to share solar energy.
"We knew that if we put it on our school and we got the word around, then other schools would do it," says a student at Mackintosh Academy.
High demand from Fort Collins residents means that a new community solar array in the city will nearly double in size.
When finished, the 900-acre facility will be home to 450,000 solar panels.
Xcel Energy wants the state to lower the amount it has to pay Coloradans who put solar panels on their homes. But advocates say the incentive program is key to adding renewable energy to the grid.
[Photo courtesy of Clean Energy Collective]