SunShare has won six new community solar gardens projects from Xcel Energy totaling 12 MWdc.

SunShare will serve more than 2,500 residential households in the Denver metro area as well as additional municipal, governmental, and educational entities.

“We look forward to building our first 100 percent residential community solar gardens in Colorado and appreciate Xcel Energy’s commitment to this program,” said David Amster-Olszewski, SunShare’s founder and CEO.

The six community solar gardens will service 2,600 subscribers. The construction is expected to start in 2019. SunShare said the solar gardens will be be located in Jefferson County, Adams County, and Arapahoe County. SunShare has now completed more than 27 MW of community solar gardens in Colorado.

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