An iconic whiskey brand is getting solar power with help from its electric co-op and TVA.
“This is the right thing to do for our members,” BARC says of its carbon-neutral goal.
Power purchase agreements will help Kansas co-ops add solar and a Minnesota G&T secure wind en
Kentucky co-ops plan to serve up renewable power to global bourbon-maker’s $130M distillery.
Cabin Creek Solar Project will consist of two 75 MW projects in southeastern Montana.
An Iowa hog farm shrunk its carbon footprint by adding solar energy.
Each solar flower is about 18 feet tall and their petal-shaped panels open and close.
From food banks to broadband, co-ops serve the underserved, NRECA’s Matheson tells NARUC.