Community-oriented values and cutting edge solutions helped entrepreneur Mary Sundblad grow Stuff Etc from a small craft and clothing shop into the largest consignment service operation in the nation. Her company’s latest innovation is the installation of a solar power system designed to cover 100% of the business’s electrical needs.
Taco John’s installed a 110 kW solar array in Fairfield Iowa. The array will generate around 65% of the restaurant’s electricity needs. Over the next 25 years the array will provide significant energy cost savings while preventing around 1,905 metrics tons of CO2 from being released into the atmosphere.
Completed 2015, the Gateridge Court Office Building was one of the first commissioned Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) third-party financed solar installations in the State of Iowa. Ideal Energy collaborated with top legal experts experienced in wind industry finance, to comply with Iowa regulatory and legislative mandates, ensuring the financial viability of the project.
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