Solar Twin Cities - Solar Power Hour - White Bear Lake


Thursday, October 11, 2018 - 6:30pm to 7:30pm
White Bear Lake - City Hall
4701 Highway 61
White Bear Lake, MN 55110
United States

Hosted by

City of White Bear Lake

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Solar Twin Cities - Group Purchasing Program

Are you interested in learning whether owning a solar PV system is right for your home or business?

If yes, come join the MREA at our next Solar Twin Cities – Solar Power Hour hosted at the White Bear Lake City Hall starting at 6:30 PM.

Our free information session highlights:

- What is a Group Buy & How Does it Benefit Me – The Benefits of Solar Ownership – Solar Economics, Incentives, and Financing Options – How to Participate in Solar Twin Cities

At the session sign-up to receive a no obligation solar site assessment from our program partner, TruNorth Solar.

How It Works In Brief
Solar Twin Cities is a group purchasing program for residential and commercial business property owners that achieves lower installation costs for you and others as more people decide to signup to go solar before October 31, 2018.

The MREA solar group buy strategy is designed to lower the installed cost per watt for everyone as more systems are committed to being installed through the program. Program participant benefit from lower installation costs per watt (range: $.10 to $.30/watt) depending upon the program’s final signup volume (in kW).

Special Thanks!
Offered by the Midwest Renewable Energy Association with support from the City of White Bear Lake, in collaboration with other communities including the Cities of Eden Prairie, Maplewood, Minnetonka, Oakdale, Plymouth, Richfield, Roseville, and Woodbury, the Center for Energy and Environment (CEE), and our prequalified contractor – TruNorth Solar.

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For more information please contact:

Minnesotans building a clean energy future


    CERTs Partners:

Minnesota Department of Commerce University of Minnesota Regional Sustainable Development Partnerships and Extension Great Plains Institute Southwest Regional Development Commission