Soltura reaches new energy efficient lighting milestones

With our Boulder, Colorado-base partner — — Soltura has now financed over $100,000 in energy-efficient lighting projects for over 15 customers. Our customers are from a broad cross-section of businesses and organizations, including art studios, restaurants, churches, non-profits, and other small businesses.

“We are pleased with our progress so far and look forward to providing financing for many more energy-efficient lighting projects going forward,” said Soltura’s founder and CEO, Sebastian de Atucha.

Soltura ramping up small business lighting finance program

Soltura has committed to financing $100,000 in high-efficiency lighting retrofit projects for our Boulder CO-based partner As of today we are more than 50% of the way to that goal with several projects in the pipeline. Our financing has helped small businesses and non-profits throughout the Denver metro area capitalize on the new opportunities created by cutting edge lighting technology.

Soltura launches energy efficient lighting program

Soltura Energy Capital is pleased to announce that we have launched a new initiative around energy efficient lighting retrofits. Our lighting efficiency program in many cases will provide a fully-financed lighting solution that will be cash flow positive from day one. If you have a lighting project or commercial building that you would like us to review for this program please contact Sebastian de Atucha at Soltura or go to our online application form here.

Soltura completes 101 kw PV array for City of Alamosa

Soltura is pleased to announce the completion on January 20, 2012 of our 101 kw photovoltaic system at the City of Alamosa’s Family Recreation Center. Soltura’s new facility will provide approximately 100% of the electricity needs for the recreation center. The facility was constructed under a 20-year power purchase agreement with the City of Alamosa that will provide immediate energy savings to the City and predictability of energy costs moving forward. The facility is expected to generate over 170,000 kwh of clean, renewable power per year.

Soltura offering savings and clean power to Colorado non-profits and governments

If your non-profit organization is in Xcel Energy territory in Colorado or PNM territory in New Mexico, we are still finding opportunities to save up to 20% off of standard “C” Commercial rates (non-demand) and match the energy cost of the Secondary General rates (demand) from day 1. Time is pretty limited with these programs as both have limited capacities and 2011 installations will receive the benefits of the an enhanced federal tax credit program.

Our power purchase agreements provide a non-maintenance solution that allows your organization to save money and contribute to the renewable energy revolution. By working directly with Soltura, you get the benefits of a single point of contact for installation, contract negotiation, financing and maintenance while enjoying the lowest prices available.

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Soltura completes 63 kilowatt PV system for NW Parkway

Soltura has completed its 63 kilowatt PV system for the NW Parkway. The system was built by Bella Energy of Louisville, Colorado. This system will save the NW Parkway money on its electricity bill from day 1.

The system uses Schott panels, Schletter racking and SMA America inverters and is comprised of 7 distinct arrays along the Parkway. Most of the locations will be quite visible from the Parkway.

Soltura entered into a 20-year power purchase agreement to sell the NW Parkway all of the electricity from the system.

Electrical work on NW Parkway system

Electrical work on NW Parkway system

One of 7 arrays installed by Soltura on the NW Parkway

One of 7 arrays installed by Soltura on the NW Parkway

Soltura signs power purchase agreement with the Northwest Parkway

Electrical work on NW Parkway system

Soltura has signed an agreement to provide the Northwest Parkway with a 63 kilowatt photovoltaic system to be installed along the parkway. This system will allow the NW Parkway to meet its sustainability commitments while saving money on its electricity bill. The PV system is estimated to produce 91,000 kilowatt-hours per year of solar energy which will be used to power the traffic lights and street lights along the Parkway.