What do Michigan churches, breweries, schools, and households have in common? They’re all going solar.
More than 11,000 Michiganders now work in solar and renewable energy. Sunshine is an increasingly mainstream energy resource nationwide, and for good reason: solar lowers electric bills, gives people the freedom to take control of their own energy needs, and reduces toxic air pollution from burning coal and gas.
Want to learn more?
Come join your friends and neighbors for a fall celebration of solar power, where we'll hear from Michigan businesses, homeowners, churches and others who already benefit from solar. Have a bite, see the solar installation, ask questions, and discuss how we can work together to expand solar access in Michigan.
The Berrien Unitarian Universalist Fellowship has installed a solar electric system to generate most of the electricity that the small fellowship needs to operate. For church leaders, the 6.2 kilowatt ground mounted system provided an exciting opportunity to have a tangible demonstration of the Fellowship's commitment to environmental stewardship. Come see the church's solar system in action!
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St Joseph, MI 49085
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