By Frank Jossi | July 6, 2017
A Minneapolis community solar garden developer has begun building five projects aimed at reducing electricity costs for low-income consumers.
Cooperative Energy Futures (CEF) is building community solar gardens that will collectively generate a total of 5.6 megawatts of electricity, including one atop a Catholic church in suburban Minneapolis.
To capture low income subscribers CEF has enlisted the assistance of three partners with deep knowledge of that population: Minnesota Minnesota Interfaith Power & Light (MNIPL), Community Power, and Northcountry Cooperative Foundation. Read More