Obstacles remain when going solar

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Obstacles remain when going solar

La Plata County a hot spot for photovoltaic potential
Mountain Middle School eighth-grade student Grady James studies one of more than 160 solar panels on the roof of the school Friday that is part of a 52-kilowatt system that has made the school one of four schools in Colorado that produces more energy than it consumes.
Mountain Middle School seventh-grade student Trevor Harms looks at an electric meter turning backwards at the school on Friday.
The southern two-thirds of La Plata County sits in the highest category for photovoltaic solar potential in the country.

Obstacles remain when going solar

Mountain Middle School eighth-grade student Grady James studies one of more than 160 solar panels on the roof of the school Friday that is part of a 52-kilowatt system that has made the school one of four schools in Colorado that produces more energy than it consumes.
Mountain Middle School seventh-grade student Trevor Harms looks at an electric meter turning backwards at the school on Friday.
The southern two-thirds of La Plata County sits in the highest category for photovoltaic solar potential in the country.
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