New West Daily Roundup for Dec. 14, 2015

Here’s your New West news: Project Sunroof hits Colorado Springs and Denver, CO; the Centennial state approves millions in economic development incentive programs, the University of Montana will start offering students an undergraduate degree in neuroscience, Salt Lake City-based Powerblanket receives prestigious Utah business award, and King Soopers reaches union deal. Project Sunroof, a Google-affiliated program that lets homeowners assess their property’s potential and viability for solar panel installation, previously served San Francisco and Boston, but has been expanding over the past few months since debuting in August 2015. Now, according to the Denver Business Journal, Denver and Colorado Springs residents can input their address and property information and receive a summary of their roof’s square footage, how many panels you would need to meet more than half your energy…

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