Lander senior center receives Blue Sky grant

A new community-based renewable energy project

Thanks in part to a grant funded by Rocky Mountain Power’s Blue Sky participants, the Lander Senior Center in Wyoming installed a solar array and a charging station for the center’s electric transportation vehicles. The 65-panel solar array generates about 31% of the electricity the building consumes annually. The panels and charging stations combined have helped to reduce about $5,000 in annual operating costs for the center, allowing them to provide more low-cost services to the community members relying on them for care every day.

Since 2006, support from Rocky Mountain Power’s Blue Sky participants have helped fund over 360 community-based renewable energy projects like the solar array and charging station at Lander Senior Center, which continue to make a lasting impact for our region. Click here to learn more about the community-based renewable energy projects the Blue Sky program has helped fund in your state.