A Resilient Future for the Iowa Lakes Regional Water District

  Iowa Lakes Regional Water (ILRW) is teaming up with Trusted Energy to collaborate on the development of renewable assets for ILRW’s regional facilities.  Renewable energy is a great fit for a water and wastewater treatment plant to offset rising electrical costs and potentially become a net producer of clean energy by contributing excess production to the power grid.  There are currently 24 potential sites under review for renewables.  Sites have been divided into five clusters, ranked, and prioritized in terms of needs.   ILRW Board of Directors voted on January 17, 2017 to explore the implementation of wind and solar throughout the water district’s distribution system.  Costs keep going… Read More

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Marathon’s Future Looks Bright

Last Tuesday night (Jan. 10), the Marathon City Council voted to continue exploring the development of a solar project on city-owned ground.  At Tuesday’s council meeting, Trusted Energy delivered the results of their findings, which indicated that the City of Marathon could save citizens a minimum of $2 million dollars in electric costs over the next 20 years through the installation of a 1.42MW solar project.   The vote Tuesday does not commit the city to the project, but it does start the exploratory process.  Trusted Energy has started the contract portion of the project, which includes the negotiation of the Power Purchase Agreement (PPA).  The City will also be… Read More

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Welcome!

Welcome!  Trusted Energy looks forward to working with you on your next renewable energy project.  With federal & state tax incentives, depreciation, and grant dollars, we are confident solar is an affordable option for you to consider.  Contact us with any questions.  We are here to help!

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