Denver Beer Co. is saving money and helping the planet at the same time. This year, the brewery’s production facility on Jason Street in Denver became 100% reliable on solar energy.
“You can see it’s pretty sunny out, so I’m sure we are producing more electricity than we are using today,” said Denver Beer Company co-founder Patrick Crawford.
Denver Beer Co. is taking advantage of the hundreds of sunny days in Colorado. The roof of the building has 524 solar panels.
All of the electrical equipment, the cooler, and even one of the forklifts operates thanks to solar power.
“We were paying about $6,000 per month in electricity and now our electricity bill has been reduced to negative in some months,” Crawford said.
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