Community Solar Network Offering Help and Low Prices to West Virginians Who Want to Go Solar

Here is an excellent piece that ran on WV Public Broadcasting this morning. The story describes the solar co-ops in Union and Fayetteville that received help from the regional organization Community Power Network.

Anyone in WV can organize a solar co-op by contacting the CPN. CPN provides extensive information about system sizing, installation and operation. Group purchasing and installation also gives significant cost savings to co-op participants. If you’ve thinking about going solar but didn’t know where to start, you no longer have that excuse.

If you want more information, contact the CPN at their Web site or post a comment an I’ll put you in touch them. They are great people to work with. I know, because I work with them.

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