Do you support Boulder’s drive to municipalize its electric utility? If so, what are the limits on taxpayer dollars and time you are prepared to spend to achieve that goal and, if not, how do you propose to achieve Boulder’s renewable energy goals?
Adam
Swetlik
I am proud to work for a business that prides itself on sustainability. In effort to lower our impact on the environment, our SparkFun Electronics uses smart energy power outlets, e­waste recycling and community bicycle programs, and a photovoltaic rooftop solar array that provides around 30 percent of our monthly electricity. Our building was also the first in Boulder County to be built according to the International Green Construction Code.
In addition to this I’m happy to help some friends at a local honey company called Bjorn’s Colorado Honey. Pollinators play an extremely important role in our ecosystem and I’m proud to help them increase their capacity to help pollinators flourish.