Next time you’re in West Glacier, you may notice a recent upgrade at Glacier National Park’s Headquarters building: a brand new rooftop solar system.
The headquarters building is the hub of Glacier’s operations, housing park leadership offices and providing year-round visitor information.
As Glacier expands its commitment to renewable energy and a more sustainable future, adding solar panels to the park headquarters building is a huge step forward. This project will take the headquarters building off the grid, freeing up those resources for other critical park needs.
Committing to Renewable Energy
Glacier National Park prides itself in limiting consumption of nonrenewable resources, like oil and coal, in favor of more renewable energy sources such as hydroelectric and photovoltaic (solar) power.
In addition to the new solar system at park headquarters, solar arrays help provide electricity in other facilities throughout the park, including Logan Pass Visitor Center, Apgar Visitor Center, and the Polebridge Ranger Station.
Solar panels are installed on the rooftop of Glacier National Park’s Headquarters building.
Glacier’s Sustainability Plan
Learn more about Glacier’s sustainability plan, and how these projects are establishing Glacier as a leader in sustainability and carbon footprint reduction.
By working together, Glacier’s staff, partners, and visitors can all help mitigate the negative impacts of climate change and preserve the park for generations to come.
Your Support Makes a Difference
These projects and many other critical projects would not be possible without your donations to the Glacier Conservancy.
Learn more about how your support is making other preservation projects possible in Glacier National Park!