By Thomas Content, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Continuing a string of announcements this year regarding “community solar” projects in Wisconsin, a Madison utility has rolled out its plans for a community solar pilot initiative in the city of Middleton . . . Under the utility’s proposal, a typical utility customer who buys a 1 kilowatt share of the project would pay a onetime fee of $189 and then pay $155.50 per year, with that rate fixed for 25 years.
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