By Tony Herman, Hastings Tribune
Pricing options for participation in Hastings’ planned solar power project were made public Thursday with registration to begin mid-July. Derek Zeisler, Hastings Utilities director of marketing and energy supply, shared those options during a report at the Hastings Utility Board’s regular meeting. Options include the purchase of installed panels, participating in a solar share program or a combination of the installation and share options. The options carry a one-time $50 enrollment fee due at the time of application that is refundable as a credit to the account after one year of participation. Continue reading here.
Photo: Fremont’s first of two solar farms, similar in size to Hastings’ project, under construction. Credit: Troy Schaben, Assistant City Administrator, Fremont Department of Utilities