When Adam St. Pierre inherited a lawn care company from a high school friend, he couldn’t known solar-powered lawn care was in his future.
The Kerkhoven Banner is a wonderful example of a family-owned business leading the charge for solar in their town – a smart investment for their business and the environment.
Farmers and ranchers formed America’s electric cooperatives more than 75 years ago, as a strategy to secure electricity and bring stability to rural communities. MiEnergy, a co-op based in the Southeastern corner of Minnesota, and serving Northeastern Iowa as well, has been carrying power to its 18,700 member-owners since 1936.
Aryanna and Elena, 11 year old activists from the Twin Cities, are serious about climate change. This summer, with their dads’ guidance (and driving!), the best friends set off on an all-electric road trip to Washington D.C.
Carlos and Maria Guzman were new to clean energy when they got a knock on their door from a community solar garden representative early this year.
Driving cross-country in an electric vehicle? Is it really possible? Yes! See how one retired couple did it.