Seeking Feedback on a Community Solar Garden Project
ILP,T is seeking feedback on a possible Community Solar Garden Project. WPPI energy, the utilities wholesale power provider, is planning to award (2) member utility communities with Community Solar Garden pilot projects. Independence Light & Power, Telecommunications is requesting your feedback to help determine the level of interest in this project.
• Participating customers will receive a monthly bill credit for the life of the project
based on the value of the renewable energy output.
• The target market for this solar garden offer includes customers who are interested in
solar energy, but do not have access to an adequate site or that prefer not to install
and maintain a system on their own.
• The offering will be in whole increments of solar panels – approximately 300 watts
each at an estimated cost of around $600.
Please click on the link for Solar Garden Survey below and answer the one multiple choice question to indicate your level of interest.
Thank you for your time as we strive to provide you with safe, reliable and cost conscious
services you can count on.
Solar Garden Survey
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