Company works toward building community solar project near Eldorado – Santa Fe New Mexican

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Solar panels could pop up on about 30 acres of vacant land in the Eldorado area within a year, an outcome of state leaders’ push for renewable energy.

After lawmakers passed a bill in 2021 enacting the New Mexico Community Solar Program, intended to make renewable energy more accessible, the Denver-based company SunShare began looking for sites to build community solar farms across the state.

One such site the company identified: A parcel of vacant land at 100 Rancho Verano Road, next to the Santa Fe Rail Trail and about one mile south of Avenida Eldorado. The parcel is south of the area governed by the Eldorado Community Improvement Association, a homeowners association.

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