Monday, March 11, 2013

Nebraska Renewable Leader Supports Solar Garden Bill

A leader in renewable energy from the panhandle says he supports a bill that would make it easier for consumers to use solar power to provide electricity to their homes.
Nebraska law makers are considering a bill that would allow residents to join a community solar garden similar to a co-op, in exchange for credit on their electric bills.
Solar gardens allow people to benefit from solar panels set up on the roof of a building or in an empty field, rather than spending the money to install them at home.

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