What we know about the Hazel project and the new solar project in Denver
With no solar panels on the rooftop, the project’s owner is putting up a new roof.
“This project is going to save lives,” said Mark Smith, who has a $1.5 million investment in the project.
The project is slated to begin construction in early 2020.
We don’t know what’s going to happen yet, but it’s a great example of how we can use renewable energy,” Smith said.
Construction began in late November.
Hazel was originally built to create an energy-saving, energy-efficient roof, but Smith and the other investors in the solar project are investing in a new product, one that has a lower cost per watt of energy.
With the new system, a solar panel on the roof will generate a certain amount of energy per year.
It’s what happens when you use less energy.
And that’s the way it works, Smith said, explaining that a solar-powered roof doesn’t require a lot of electricity to generate electricity.
Smith said he’s been excited to see the project grow.
This project really is going up in the sky, and the energy savings that you get with this project are going to help a lot more people in the future,” Smith told WTOP.
He added, “I really like the idea of making money out of solar, because it’s going toward things like education, it’s helping to alleviate some of the poverty that exists in the world.”
Smith has been a fan of the Hazels since he saw them in a backyard garden in 2013.
I’ve been an avid customer for a long time, Smith told NBC Denver.
He said he would never have believed it before, but he is very excited about the project and its potential to help the planet.
“When you look at the world that we live in right now, I feel like we’ve been left behind,” Smith explained.
“Solar is really something that we could do and could be a part of that.
We just have to do it the right way.”
The Hazels project has been on the drawing board for a while.
It was originally a pilot project by Smith’s company, Solar Edge, but the company went bankrupt in 2013 and was bought by another company.
Smith said the company is still working to get it going again, and he said the solar panel system will also be installed at a public park near the project site.
The Hazel rooftop solar system is expected to cost about $5,000 per kW, and it’s also expected to generate about 50 percent of the energy that it costs to produce on the average residential rooftop, Smith added.
The company’s first Solar Edge project in Colorado was completed in 2014, and Solar Edge was bought out by SunEdison in 2015.
The company’s other projects include the SunEdisons new solar farm in Massachusetts and the Colorado Springs-based Solar Power Systems solar project.