Milwaukee Shines Solar Financing
Low-Interest Solar Loans for Milwaukee Homeowners
Milwaukee Shines has partnered with Summit Credit Union to offer up low-interest solar loans for Milwaukee homeowners! This financing can help make solar a reality!
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Milwaukee Shines Launches Solar Group Buy Program
Now is the time to invest in solar! Solar Bay View is Milwaukee's second neighborhood-based solar group buy program. Milwaukee home and business owners can reduce the cost of solar by partnering together for volume-discounts.
Learn more at www.solarbayview.org
Milwaukee Solar Related News
- Central Library's Green Roof Takes Root - On Milwaukee - July 25, 2014
- New Program Helps Bay View Residents Go Solar - 620 WTMJ - May 5, 2014
- Riverwest Home Buyer Takes House From 0 to 50 in One Year - Riverwest Currents - May 1, 2014
- How Milwaukee Hopes to Lead the Wisconsin Solar Boom - Solar Energy - April 29, 2014
- New Study on Solar Energy Highlights Milwaukee - Wisconsin Public Radio - April 11, 2014
- Report Highlights City's Solar Efforts, Says More Work Needed - Milwaukee Journal Sentinel - April 11, 2014
- Solar Bay View Expands Solar Panel Installation Program - Milwaukee Business Journal - February 21, 2014
- Milwaukee Solar Initiative Hopes to Expand Group - Buy Model - Milwaukee Journal Sentinel - February 19, 2014
- Renovation of Foreclosed Duplex results in 'Net Energy Bill of Zero' - Neighborhood News Service Milwaukee - January 16, 2014
- Construction on Milwaukee Public Museum's Solar Wall Begins - Fox 6 Now - July 29, 2013
- Milwaukee Public Museum's Marble Being Replaced by Solar - The Business Journal - July 29, 2013
- Milwaukee Public Museum Adds 234 Solar Panels - WUWM Milwaukee Public Radio 89.7 - July 29, 2013
- Milwaukee Brewing Company Uses Solar Power in Brewing Process - StarTribune - July 27, 2013
- Walnut Way Reveals Plan to Curb Electric Costs - Neighborhood News Service MIlwaukee - July 23, 2013
Milwaukee Shines, the City of Milwaukee's solar program, works to expand solar energy use through a comprehensive, citywide approach. In 2008, the City of Milwaukee was named one of 25 Solar America Cities by the U.S. Department of Energy. Milwaukee Shines helps create cleaner air for our community and helps reduce energy costs for the City and the community at large. Milwaukee Shines is a project of the Office of Environmental Sustainability, and partners with community partners to build a clean energy future. Past projects have been funded through the US Department of Energy Solar America Communities and SunShot programs.