Buckley Air Force Base – Aurora, CO
Buckley was established in 1938 by the United States Army Air Corps as Demolition Bombing Range-Lowry Auxiliary Field, before being renamed Buckley Field in 1941, serving as a training base. In 1947, it became Naval Air Station Denver, serving as a reserve air station for the U.S. Navy. In 1961 it became Buckley Air National Guard Base, and had its first space mission in 1969. In 2000, it became Buckley Air Force Base under Air Force Space Command, before assuming its current name of Buckley Space Force Base in 2021.
Between September 2019 and March 2020 CF Breeze installed thousands of solar panels at Buckley Air Force Base. All workers mobilized for this project obtained background check clearance to work on a United States military base.
- Tier 1 Subcontractor to Posigen
- Performed residential turn-key solar installation
- Installed solar electrical and structural components
- 1.5 megawatt equivalent
|WORK PERFORMED (2019 – 2020)||UNITS|
|Solar Panels (Installed)||5,500|