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Posted on: June 30, 2020

Warren County Grow Solar

Warren County Grow Solar

Earlier this year, the City Council approved participation in a collaborative program that is designed to make it easier for community members to pursue high-quality renewable energy solar installations. Over the next few months, the program will provide free, one-hour long educational sessions for members of the public. Given the COVID-19 pandemic, these “Solar Power Hours” are scheduled virtually and will provide prospective participants with information about how solar energy works. MREA representatives will also be on hand to answer questions. The program’s website,, features a sign-up form on which area residents and business owners can elect to receive an estimate or general program updates and Solar Power Hour announcements.

Grow Solar Warren County Press Release

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