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LOCATION: Madison, Wisconsin | CAPACITY: 2.83 kW | COMPLETION DATE: January 2015
Zion Lutheran Church is located on the east side of Madison in the Atwood-Starkweather creek neighborhood, near Schenks corners. The solar and energy efficiency project was completed in January of 2015 by Solar Connections and Sustainable Solar’s Lincoln Tice. The Legacy Solar Co-op helped provide technical support and set up project financing for the church.
Zion Lutheran’s solar and lighting project saves the parish approximately 20% in energy costs in 2015 alone. Some months their electrical bill was cut more than half thanks to the energy saving and energy generation equipment put into play for this church. Zion strives to set examples for other churches who would like to save on both pollution and energy costs, all while being good stewards for God’s bounty.
Slice of Sun Solar Bonds
Legacy Solar Co-op sells Slice-of-Sun Solar Bonds to any member who would like to support a Solar Legacy project like this one, and earn up to 6% interest on their bonds purchased through the co-op. Ready to get involved?