With net metering being altered at the end of this calendar year, many in Monroe County are taking the opportunity to learn more about solar power on their homes and places of worship. Already, Trinity Episcopal, Unitarian Universalist Bloomington, Friends Meeting Bloomington, and Columbus Unitarian are expanding their solar arrays ahead of the deadline. These places of worship are saving up to 10% on installation costs through a program called Solarize Bloomington Phase 2. This program is run by the City of Bloomington and SIREN.
There is an upcoming informational session this Tuesday, August 22 at 7pm invite Bloomington Council Chambers in the Showers Building downtown Bloomington. This is an informational session for those interested in taking advantage of this timely opportunity.