Hartman Ely Investments
creating sustainable communities

Renewable Energy - Solar Electric

Hartman Ely Investments specializes in renewable energy developments, including ground mounted, roof mounted and Building Integrated Photo Voltaic (BIPV) solar power systems.

Our renewable energy developments are solid financial investments that have a seamless aesthetic integration with each building and/or site.

HEI is partners with the Clean Energy Collective (CEC) to bring
Community Solar Gardens to eastern Colorado. For more information visit www.cleanenergycollective.com

Additionally, our experience with the intricate matrix of renewable energy financial incentives and costs allows solar developments to perform as very desirable financial investments. We are able to quickly analyze the benefits of many financial alternatives, including cash deals or a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA).

Public Speaking and Community Education

Mr Hartman has been an invited speaker promoting renewable energy and energy efficiency for a variety of groups. His talks and the groups presented to include:

European Renewables - Clean Energy Action, Boulder, CO

Hangar 2 Redevelopment - Denver Urban Renewal Authority's Enhanced Training Prog.

Public/Private Partnerships - City of Aurora, solar system dedication

Energy Efficient Design - City of Kigali, Rwanda

Mr Hartman is a Steering Committee member of RenewablesYES, a group that provides expert advice to the City of Boulder as the city concludes its 2011 Boulder Energy Future analysis. Visit www.boulderenergyfuture.com for more information.

Projects

Boulder Wastewater Treatment Facility
- 1 mW solar farm, the largest solar energy system in Boulder, Colorado.

Hangar 2 @ Lowry
- 106 kW system mounted on roof on hangar.

Innovage Headquarters
- One 110KW system in Lowry as well as initial planning for several other TLC systems
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Via Mobility
- 97 kW roof mounted

Wings Over the Rockies Museum
- 109 kW mounted on roof of hangar

City of Aurora
- Three 100KW systems

Steam Plant Lofts
- Several systems, 37KW total capacity

Highland Park
- 118 kW roof mounted

Residential Systems
- several roof mounted systems on individual residences