Nov

14

Most MN electric co-op websites lack basics for informing members

What information can Minnesotans who get their electricity from a rural electric cooperative find on their co-op’s website? For example, can co-op members get a basic explanation about the charges and fees on their electric bill? Can they see what mix of energy sources their electricity comes from? Is there information on how to vote […]

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Aug

15

Kandiyohi Solar Co-op Information Session

Live in Kandiyohi County and want to go solar? Now’s your chance! Neighbors across the area have formed the Kandiyohi Solar Co-op with the help of Solar United Neighbors to make it easier to save money on the purchase of solar panels while building a community of local solar supporters. Join us for a free information session to learn […]

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Mar

02

Kandiyohi County Solar Co-op Info Session

  Live in Kandiyohi County and want to go solar? Now’s your chance! Neighbors have formed the Kandiyohi County Solar Co-op with the help of Solar United Neighbors of Minnesota to make it easier to save money on the purchase of solar panels while building a community of local solar supporters. Join us for a […]

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Jul

11

Join Us! Solar & Wind Field Day, Saturday, July 15, 2017

On Saturday, July 15, CURE members Jim & LeeAnn VanDerPol of Pastures A Plenty and Marv & Judi Boike of Boike Farm are sponsoring a field day featuring their solar and wind installations.  The event begins at 1:00 pm with a presentation by Solar Farm’s James Darabi at Pastures a Plenty (4077 and 4075 110th […]

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Jan

28

Community Solar is About Local Ownership

CURE has championed renewable energy since the start of its Energy Program in 2005. We believe renewable energy should be accessible and affordable for all Minnesotans. This is where community solar can play a significant role – providing Minnesotans the opportunity to invest in locally owned renewable energy.

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