On Jan. 23, the Lansing Board of Water & Light (BWL), in partnership with Michigan Energy Options and Pivot Energy, celebrated the opening of the East Lansing Solar Park.
The 1,000 solar panels are capable of producing enough electricity each year to power about 60 homes.
The Lansing Board of Water & Light, in partnership with Michigan Energy Options and Pivot Energy, celebrated the opening of East Lansing Solar Park today, located on Burcham Dr. in East Lansing.
East Lansing Community Solar Park, located in Burcham Park, is coming online by the end of 2018.
“Today the field is full of solar panels completing the park.”
Construction of Mid-Michigan’s first community solar park is officially underway in East Lansing.
For a limited time, two special promotions will be available to participants who sign up!
Lawrence Cosentino – Thanks to ever-cheaper photovoltaic solar panels, solar energy is being adopted on an unprecedented scale, even in notoriously cloudy mid-Michigan.
Andy Chmura – Many different groups are quietly working with one another to bring green energy to Lansing, and think more toward the future.
Ann Kammerer – “When you support renewal energy, your return on investment is three-fold,” Kinch says. “The benefits are not just all economic, but also about the social good and our environment since we are helping to reduce greenhouse gasses.”