Solarize Program in Iowa Exceeds Expectations

By Mitchell Schmidt, Cedar Rapids Gazette

CEDAR RAPIDS — James Hodina, the environmental manager with Linn County Public Health, helped this year with the Solarize Cedar Rapids and Linn County program. The program, which began earlier this summer and concluded at the end of September, aimed to increase private solar energy installations throughout the county with incentives. Read more here.

Photo: James Hodina, environmental manager with Linn County Public Health, stands Wednesday outside his home in Cedar Rapids, where his family recently had a solar energy system installed. (Rebecca F. Miller/The Gazette)

To learn more about bulk purchasing solar PV systems, join Nebraskans for Solar and Green Bellevue for this event:

Solar Group Buy Roundtable Discussion: Creating a Model for Nebraska Communities at UNO’s Community Engagement Center, 7 – 8:30 p.m. in rooms 201 & 205