Wolverine to Add Largest Solar Array in Northern Michigan Wolverine Power

SpartanSolar – Wolverine powerplant.

As I have written before:

Here are some numbers to contemplate. According to the Solar Energy Industries Association, the growth in solar power generation in 2016 alone was projected to reach 119 percent. But more importantly:

Energy taken from the sun has proven to be a much cheaper resource.  Also, the use of solar panels is becoming more popular and cheaper. The great thing about solar power is that it is infinitive and therefore will remain renewable. Solar power now has the capabilities to power all types of things such as radios and and mobiles, even when you are out of the home.

Spartan Solar aka Wolverine to Add Largest Solar Array in Northern Michigan Wolverine Power

Wolverine’s members commitment far exceeds Michigan’s Renewable Portfolio Standards.  More importantly and in the past few years, has become Michigan’s renewable energy leader. Wolverine alone helps Michigan double the statutory requirement for this year. This excess has been achieved through large-scale wind projects.  However and most noteworthy, solar power now plays a key role in further diversification of Wolverine’s energy portfolio.

Spartan Solar installation

Anyone interested in further information on the SpartanSolar – Wolverine project to visit www.spartansolar.com and sign up for updates as they become available.

Wolverine is a generation and transmission cooperative serving the wholesale power supply and transmission needs of seven member-owners.  Here are the following owners, Cherryland Electric Cooperative (Grawn), Great Lakes Energy (Boyne City) and HomeWorks Tri-County Electric Cooperative (Portland).  Finally, Midwest Energy Cooperative (Cassopolis), Presque Isle Electric & Gas Co-op (Onaway), Spartan Renewable Energy (Cadillac); and Wolverine Power Marketing Cooperative (Cadillac).

SOURCE Wolverine Power Cooperative, NEWS PROVIDED BY Wolverine Power Cooperative, Sep 27, 2016, 15:05 ET