By Algis J. Laukaitis / Lincoln Journal Star
It’s a homeowner’s dream: Install a solar or wind energy system, use the power you need and then sell the rest to your local utility.
Despite the up-front cost of installing equipment, more homeowners and businesses are looking into making that dream a reality. Others already have.
The city of Lincoln, for example, has installed a $48,000 solar energy system at its police substation at 27th and Holdrege streets, and the Unitarian Church of Lincoln at 63rd and A is adding a geothermal and solar energy system as part of a $2.4 million renovation and expansion project . . .
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LES staff will discuss proposed changes to its rate structure for solar and other renewable energy projects on March 5, beginning at 6 p.m. at the Center for People in Need, 3901 N. 27th St., Unit 1.
From 7-8 p.m., staff will talk about the recently completed “Value of Distributed Solar Study.”