Solar Iowa County Program Power Hours


Join Eagle Point Solar to learn about the Solar Iowa County program. The sun is shining for homeowners and commercial property owners across Iowa County, as the Solar Iowa County program commences this Thursday. The program allows individual home and commercial property owners to access lower prices for solar installations through the power of volume purchasing.
Offered by UW-Extension, Driftless Area Land Conservancy, Sustain Iowa County, and the Midwest Renewable Energy Association (MREA), home and business owners throughout Iowa County may participate in this program to help pool their buying power to secure significant discounts that make installing solar more affordable than ever.
The program is administered by the MREA at no cost to the county. This type of program has been successful in other jurisdictions in Wisconsin, as seen in Milwaukee, Shorewood, the Chippewa Valley, and Madison.
Over the next few months MREA will provide free, public, one-hour long educational sessions called “Solar Power Hours” for prospective participants to learn how solar energy works, available incentives, how it can impact your finances, and to answer questions. The program’s website includes a sign-up form which will be used to announce news and updates: SolarIowaCounty.com. The second of these Solar Power Hours will take place this Thursday, June 8th, 2017 at the Health & Human Services Building, 303 W Chapel St. Dodgeville, WI 53533. Join Eagle Point Solar to learn about the Solar Iowa County program. The sun is shining for homeowners and commercial property owners across Iowa County, as the Solar Iowa County program commences this Thursday. The program allows individual home and commercial property owners to access lower prices for solar installations through the power of volume purchasing.
Offered by UW-Extension, Driftless Area Land Conservancy, Sustain Iowa County, and the Midwest Renewable Energy Association (MREA), home and business owners throughout Iowa County may participate in this program to help pool their buying power to secure significant discounts that make installing solar more affordable than ever.
The program is administered by the MREA at no cost to the county. This type of program has been successful in other jurisdictions in Wisconsin, as seen in Milwaukee, Shorewood, the Chippewa Valley, and Madison.
Over the next few months MREA will provide free, public, one-hour long educational sessions called “Solar Power Hours” for prospective participants to learn how solar energy works, available incentives, how it can impact your finances, and to answer questions. The program’s website includes a sign-up form which will be used to announce news and updates: SolarIowaCounty.com. The second of these Solar Power Hours will take place this Thursday, June 8th, 2017 at the Health & Human Services Building, 303 W Chapel St. Dodgeville, WI 53533.



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