Kingfield Neighborhood Association in partnership to create affordable access to solar power for residents

More Minnesotans are using solar energy in their homes and businesses thanks to financial incentives available from state and federal government programs and non-profits organizations.

The Kingfield Neighborhood Association in southwest Minneapolis has formed a partnership with Applied Energy Innovations and the MN Renewable Energy Society to help community residents get access to affordable solar energy.

Sarah Linnes Robinson is the Executive Director of the Kingfield Neighborhood Assoication and Dustin Denison is President of Applied Energy Innovations. They talked with KFAI's Susan Gray on The Morning Blend. [Audio below]

  • Listen to Dustin and Sarah discuss the Solarize Kingfield program. Get a $22,000-$30,000 system for about $3,000 with all the incentives. Contact us today to get started! Kingfield, other Minneapolis Neighborhoods and Falcon Heights all can participate. Register at www.kingfield.org. - by APPLIED ENERGY INNOVATIONS on Fri, 11/09/2012 - 6:13pm

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