The IRA + New ERA + electric CO-ops
Learn how the IRA and the New ERA can save your electric co-op(and you) big money
Local Renewable energy is less expensive
Our co-ops can build smaller, utility size solar arrays that are much more cost effective than large centralized generating facilities. Scroll down to learn more.
The Cost of Utility Solar power
A 5 to 15 acre solar array will generate power for less than 4 cents per kilowatt hour before incentives.
Smaller arrays can be built close to where we use the energy avoiding expensive transmission costs.
Batteries for when the sun isn't shining
Batteries store power when the sun is shining and provide power when the sun isn't.
The IRA and the NEW era
The IRA and New ERA provide incentives that reduce the cost of building a renewable energy project by at least 55% and potentially up to 75%.