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Solar panels and hail | Wolf Track Energy

Solar panels and hail. What could go wrong?

Oil and water. Cats and dogs. Another two things you don’t think would mix? Solar panels and hail.  But surprisingly, solar panels can stand up to a lot of extreme weather. And that’s obviously a good thing. Solar panels have to be outside in order to transform the sun’s energy into electricity, so they’re exposed…
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July 23, 2021 1
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Why energy efficiency is important for solar homes

Anybody who pays power bills every month doesn’t have to ask why energy efficiency is important. Wasting energy is also a waste of money. Prospective solar users may also want to consider energy efficiency. Though solar is becoming increasingly popular, people may get turned off by the panels’ initial price tag. After all, average-sized systems…
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July 8, 2021 0
Commercial rooftop solar panels | Wolf Track Energy

Natural Harvest in Virginia takes the plunge and goes solar

Two workers install 81 new solar panels to the Natural Harvest roof. The declining cost of solar and the availability of grants and tax credits made it a good time for Natural Harvest to purchase the system. Submitted photo. By Jill PepelnjakHometown Focus Staff Writer VIRGINIA — Natural Harvest Food Co-op in Virginia went solar…
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December 27, 2019 0
Ground mount solar panel array | Wolf Track Energy

Iron Range Solar Co-op selects Wolf Track Energy

The Iron Range Solar Co-op has selected Wolf Track Energy to install solar panels for the 15-participant group. Co-op participants selected Wolf Track Energy through a competitive bidding process over two other firms. The group will hold its final public information session April 13 to educate the community about solar and the co-op process. Co-op participants selected…
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March 14, 2019 1
Solar panel array | Wolf Track Energy

Bemidji Solar Co-op Selects Wolf Track Energy

The Bemidji Solar Co-op participants selected Wolf Track Energy to be the group’s installer through an open and competitive bidding process. The non-profit Solar United Neighbor’s goal is to make solar energy more mainstream, and they help by forming bulk purchase groups in communities so everyone participating can get one-on-one assistance in making the energy switch. Six…
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December 22, 2018 0
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