Solar gardens grow power

Solar gardens grow power

LPEA customers have new option for purchasing renewable energy
Shaw Solar employees, from left, Nathan Keil, Allen Riling and Evan Goldstrand put up solar panels at a new community solar garden north of Ignacio on County Road 316. La Plata County Electric Association customers who are renters or who are unable to install their own solar panels can purchase power from the garden. LPEA expects to have five gardens operating by the end of the year.
The 680 solar panels at the community solar garden north of Ignacio will produce 200 kilowatts of electricity for LPEA customers.
The 680 solar panels at the community solar garden north of Ignacio will produce 200 kilowatts of electricity for LPEA customers.

Solar gardens grow power

Shaw Solar employees, from left, Nathan Keil, Allen Riling and Evan Goldstrand put up solar panels at a new community solar garden north of Ignacio on County Road 316. La Plata County Electric Association customers who are renters or who are unable to install their own solar panels can purchase power from the garden. LPEA expects to have five gardens operating by the end of the year.
The 680 solar panels at the community solar garden north of Ignacio will produce 200 kilowatts of electricity for LPEA customers.
The 680 solar panels at the community solar garden north of Ignacio will produce 200 kilowatts of electricity for LPEA customers.
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