Dec. 18, 2014Churches use energy efficiency to be good stewardsGarfield Clean Energy’s free energy coaching helps 10 churches lower their utility billsGrand Valley United Methodist Church is one of 10 congregations across Garfield County to make energy efficiency upgrades to lower utility bills and be good stewards of creation.Photo by Kelley CoxOn sunny days, Bill
April 29, 2016Landlord’s lighting initiative enhances work environment in Glenwood Springs office buildingsElectricity savings, rebates yield payback of less than three years for projectsA lighting upgrade by commercial landlord Mark Spidell, right, in the offices of Title Co. of the Rockies enhanced the work environment for Title Co. staffers Mary Scheurich, senior escrow officer, and
May 16, 2016Solar power at work for Glenwood SubaruLighting upgrades at Subaru, Ford dealerships part of ongoing efforts toward energy efficiencyCarroll Winkler, left general manager of Glenwood Springs Subaru, and Steve Nilsson, right, co-owner, show off the solar array installed on the roof of the auto dealership at 175 Storm King Road in Glenwood Springs.
Sept. 28, 2017Three downtown shops opt for LED upgrades to save energyWarm, bright lights show true colors of merchandiseKen Murphy, owner of Glenwood Adventure Co., talks on the telephone in the company’s shop at 715 Cooper Ave. in Glenwood Springs. Murphy updated the ceiling fixtures with LED bulbs in July 2017, cutting the shop’s overall