Longtime advocates of renewable energy, the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce has installed a rooftop wind and solar system on its headquarters building. The system combines solar panels with a small wind turbine.
In a short video accompanying the Post story, Chamber CEO Kelly Brough says that the chamber is delighted to help a local company — Quantum Renewable Energy — prove the viability of new technologies such as urban wind.
Denver is the latest example of local chambers serving as clean energy leaders. For a full report on local chambers and energy innovation, read “Local Chambers as Change Agents,” a comprehensive review published by CICE in May.