LOCATION: Cashton, Wisconsin | CAPACITY: 65.86 kW | COMPLETION DATE: August 2021
Cashton Elementary School is a Wisconsin public K-12 education organization located in La Crosse County, Wisconsin.
When Cashton Elementary School decided to go solar, they found their greatest challenge was developing a solar project that would be economically advantageous for the school.
As a local governmental entity, they were unable to utilize the federal tax credits that were available to for-profit entities that help defray the initial cost of a system.
With the assistance of Legacy Solar Co-op, they were able to partner with a local for-profit entity that could utilize the federal tax credits.
In addition, LSC helped analyze the different system proposals and educate District personnel about the differing system makeups.
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