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Trico Develops Sun Farm Program

Trico Electric Cooperative in Arizona has created a "sun farm" program for people who want solar electricity but do not want solar panels on their roofs.  Run largely like a farm share, Arizona residents will be able to purchase output from a quarter, ha
March 24, 2011

Trico Electric Cooperative in Arizona has created a "sun farm" program for people who want solar electricity but do not want solar panels on their roofs.  Run largely like a farm share, Arizona residents will be able to purchase output from a quarter, half or full solar panel.  The project is being funded by a 21st Century Energy Grant of nearly $1 million from the Arizona Department of Commerce, meaning no funding is coming from the renewable energy standard tariff that is charged on electric bills.  Tucson Electric Power Company established a similar program last year. Check out the Arizona Daily Star for more details.

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