Norfolk Daily News
Nebraska Public Power District (NPPD) continues to put a charge into sustainable, eco-friendly innovation — and people are noticing. In June, the American Public Power Association celebrated NPPD’s efforts with the “Energy Innovator Award” at its annual conference. One of NPPD’s popular clean energy innovations is its Community Solar A Sunny Distribution program. It’s a way for NPPD retail customers to purchase solar energy without having to install rooftop panels on their homes, making it convenient to utilize sustainable energy and an environmentally friendly way to lighten your own personal carbon footprint. Continue reading here.
SoCore Energy Photo: Kearney’s 5.7-megawatt solar farm on 53 acres of the city’s technology park, Tech oNE Crossing, The panels are mounted on a tracker-designed racking system. The solar farm generates about 5% of Kearney’s peak demand.
- City of Norfolk, NPPD teaming up for solar project, Special to the Norfolk Daily News
- Norfolk Daily News Editorial: Interest strong in solar and wind
RENEWABLE ENERGY JOBS
- Renewable Energy Jobs in Nebraska, Indeed
- Renewable Energy Jobs in Iowa, Indeed
- Jobs in the Community Solar Industry, Coalition for Community Solar Access
- Another strategy is to search local and national solar and wind energy companies’ websites for renewable energy jobs postings, or those of major clean-energy organizations if your focus is on advocacy work.