More people going solar, thanks to co-op effort
Michele Jackman bought a property on the Range, knowing that the garage had good potential for a solar array.
Now, that array is in place, and producing energy. “It’s generated over four months worth of power in a month an a half. I’m thrilled.”
Wolf Track Energy installed the panels.
She went through Solar United Neighbors and a co-op group, which she said made it very easy.
You can sign up now for the current Iron Range solar co-op. It does not mean you have to buy the panels. Wolf Track has been selected to be the provider for this next group as well.
For more information: https://coops.solarunitedneighbors.org/coops/iron-range-solar-co-op-2/
There’s also federal tax credits of up to 26% this year. “It’s a good time to invest in solar,” shared Bobby King, Minnesota Director of Solar United Neighbors.
Jackman is looking forward to meeting people in her co-op. As for why she did this, her motivation was to reduce her carbon footprint, and do her part in the fight against climate change.