The 1,000 solar panels are capable of producing enough electricity each year to power about 60 homes.
LSJ Editorial Board – The East Lansing “Go Green” mantra extends beyond Michigan State University athletics. Case in point: A collaboration with Lansing’s Board of Water & Light to build a solar array in Burcham Park that allows residents, businesses and organizations to buy into the long-term investment.
Dawn Parker – “Do you know the odds of a sunny day this time of year?” Michigan Energy Options Executive Director John Kinch joked Tuesday afternoon. The abundant sunshine over Burcham Park might have been read as a good omen. Kinch and other local officials were there to announce the first of two solar parks in the Lansing Board of Water and Light’s service area.
Dawn Parker – East Lansing is close to reaching an agreement with the Lansing Board of Water and Light for a community solar facility in the city, East Lansing Mayor Nathan Triplett said Friday.