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LUDINGTON (WWJ) — Remember this phrase: Community solar.
It may just be the way solar energy finally fulfills its promise of cheap, clean electricity.
The dedication of a new community solar installation in Traverse City Friday was the buzz on Saturday at the Great Lakes Renewable Energy Association’s Michigan Energy Fair in Ludington.
Basically, a community solar installation is a lot like a community garden. A group of people pool their money and labor and enjoy the results.
In Traverse City, the Cherryland Electric Cooperative — later joined by Traverse City Light & Power, a municipality — decided to offer customers the chance to buy a single…
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