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Iñupiaq woman focuses on Indigenous-led renewable energy efforts in New Mexico

  • Posted: September 11, 2023: Published by: Source NM

Growing up as an Iñupiaq woman with family roots in northwestern Alaska, Salina Derichsweiler feels at home in New Mexico surrounded by other Native communities. And leading the development of new community solar farms in New Mexico, Derichsweiler sees an opportunity for Indigenous people to lead the way in a transition to renewable energy.

SunShare awards $7.2 million for Indigenous programs in New Mexico

  • Posted: September 6, 2023: Published by: Philanthropy News Digest

SunShare, a Denver-based solar farm developer, has announced grants totaling $7.2 million to support jobs training and human services that will benefit the Navajo Nation and the Pueblo Tribes of New Mexico.

Colorado solar firm donates $6M to Navajo Technical University for workforce training

  • Posted: August 31, 2023: Published by: Albuquerque Business First

The university, which has just over 1,300 students enrolled, could use some of the money to add more physical space for its range of technical workforce programs.

SunShare Donates $7.2 Million to Navajo Technical University and Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women

  • Posted: August 29, 2023: Published by: Yahoo Finance

SunShare Management, LLC (“SunShare”), a leading community solar subscriber acquisition and management company, is proud to announce its significant contributions toward energy sovereignty, workforce development, and advocacy in the Navajo Nation and 19 Pueblo Tribes of New Mexico

The Inflation Reduction Act is the Biggest Climate Investment in History.

  • Posted: September 2, 2022 Published by: Earth Justice

President Joe Biden has signed the Inflation Reduction Act, a bill that will invest $369 billion in climate solutions and environmental justice. The bill will put us on a path to 40% emissions reduction by 2030.

Federal bill seen as spark for Colorado’s renewable energy industry, economy

  • Posted: August 18, 2022 Published by: Denver Post

Federal legislation that would invest about $375 billion to deal with climate change could mean “gigawatts and gigawatts” of new renewable energy and thousands of new jobs in Colorado and across the country, industry representatives say.

Solar rep pitches panels to Bad Axe City Council

  • Posted: April 21, 2022 Published by: Huron Daily Tribune

Kat Webber, of Solar Ladies Consulting, spoke at this week’s Bad Axe City Council meeting about the possibility of installing a solar farm near the city, which Denver-based Sunshare Community Solar is interested in building.

There are new financial incentives for Marshall fire victims to rebuild greener homes

  • Posted: March 23, 2022 Published by: CPR

Marshall fire victims will have some extra financial help rebuilding their homes to modern green construction standards.

Forecast for solar industry: Government, financial analysts see sunny year ahead

  • Posted: January 30, 2022 Published by: Denver Post

Government and financial analysts are predicting what industry representatives say they see happening on the ground: 2022 is likely to be a big year for solar energy.

Solar for Nederland

  • Posted: December 29, 2021 Published by: The Mountain Ear

The Town of Nederland and SunShare, the nation’s oldest and largest residential community solar provider, are working together on a special promotion to provide solar energy access for nearby residents.

Community solar is primed for energy storage

  • Posted: December 2, 2021 Published by: Solar Builder
Community solar gardens are being primed as a major niche for energy storage, as more businesses seek control over their relationship with the local grid.