CleanChoice Energy, a renewable energy company, announced that construction is complete on a 20-MW portfolio of community solar farms consisting of 15 individual community projects that are open for enrollment by Minnesota residents.
The newly completed farms are owned and operated by Altus Power America and located in these Minnesota counties: Blue Earth, Dakota, Douglas, Goodhue, McLeod, Meeker, Nicollet, Rice, Stearns, Washington and Winona. Eligible subscribers must live in these counties or those adjacent to them.
“These 15 newly complete solar farms mean thousands of Minnesotans can save money on their utility bills while helping propel us into a solar-powered, clean energy future,” said Tom Matzzie, founder and CEO of CleanChoice Energy. “Minnesota has the top community solar program in the country — providing people and businesses the opportunity to support solar and job growth in their communities while reducing their utility bills.”
Interested Minnesotans can sign up for the opportunity to save money on their utility bills with no upfront costs or payments at CleanChoiceEnergy.com/Minnesota. CleanChoice Energy has more than 85 MW of solar capacity in the state of Minnesota.
“Altus Power is proud to be a part of the expanding community solar opportunity for Minnesotans,” said Gregg Felton, managing partner of Altus Power America. “Affordable clean energy is now more accessible than ever before. We are pleased to be working with CleanChoice Energy to bring solar power to the local community.”
News item from CleanChoice Energy