Grow Solar Jefferson + Waukesha program to return | Waukesha Co. News | – Greater Milwaukee Today |

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WAUKESHA — A program to help Waukesha and Jefferson County homeowners and small businesses purchase solar panels is set to return this summer. The Midwest Renewable Energy Association announced the return of the Grow Solar Jefferson + Waukesha program. The benefit of solar panels is they can reduce energy costs while also lowering environmental impacts, a press release said.

The Grow Solar program brings community members together to learn about residential solar options and purchase solar panels in bulk, offering cost savings and other benefits.

“Since its inception in 2013, Grow Solar’s offerings have expanded significantly, educating hundreds of residents and resulting in over 2 megawatts of solar energy generation across the Midwest, including over 700 kilowatts of solar in Jefferson and Waukesha counties,” the release said.

Joanna Salinas of the Waukesha County Green Team emphasizes the program’s advantages: “Solar technology is leading to a cleaner, cheaper and more efficient energy future, but it can be difficult and time-consuming to determine if solar is right for your home or business. We’re a proud supporter of this program because it brings the community together with the professional and educational materials they need. Plus, we fully vet the Grow Solar solar installer so you know you can trust the information you are receiving.”

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The program works with a local solar installer, ensuring that solar investments benefit the regional economy. This trusted installer provides comprehensive support for customers during their solar journey, including free site assessments, customized system design, installation, and ongoing maintenance.

Grow Solar’s “Solar Power Hours” offer educational sessions for individuals interested in solar technology and incentives. Attendees can request a complimentary site assessment to evaluate solar feasibility for their properties.

For more information and a full schedule, visit jeffersonwaukesha.

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