When: Wednesday, June 21, 2017
Where: The Colorado Governor’s Residence – Boettcher Mansion, 400 8th Avenue, Denver 80203
Please join us at our Summer Solstice Celebration of solar jobs. Colorado has experienced tremendous growth in its solar workforce – now more than 6,000 strong – and we want to invite you to help us celebrate that success and build for the future.
The event will focus on building solar camaraderie, educating guests about solar, and will feature live bluegrass music from local band Thunder and Rain, lawn games, and food and drink.
This is a chance for all of us who care about Colorado’s solar progress to come together and celebrate our many successes. Together, we can continue building stronger solar markets and growing our industry into a mainstream energy source.
This Solar CitiSuns event will benefit New Energy Colorado, a COSEIA-affiliated educational nonprofit that supports outreach, education and policy to help solar energy thrive. Together, we can build stronger solar markets and grow our industry. Join with other solar supporters at this event to show your support of the solar industry and a healthier environment for all of us.
We are inviting solar employers and supporters to sponsor this event!
Please see our 2017 Summer-Solstice-Sponsorship-Package
Please contact Keelin Kelly for further details: | 303-819-1356
We are excited to announce that Westword’s #1 Bluegrass Band of 2016, Thunder & Rain, will perform at our Solstice Celebration! Thunder & Rain is a Golden, Colorado- based band specializing in Mountain Made Colorado Music. With the use of bluegrass instruments and powerful vocals, the band has captured a sound that accentuates their talents and is accessible to fans both young and old. There is depth and emotion in their unforgettable melodies, as well as a wide range of subject matter in their catalog of original songs. They released their debut album Holler Out in 2015 and have since been touring and introducing their music to fans all over the United States. They toured internationally to Ireland in May 2017.