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WPS Announces Two PV Power Programs

April 1998 - Wisconsin Public Service (WPS) has added two new programs to give its customers more ways in which to support renewable energy development. Under the Renewable Electric Rate, customers can purchase one or more 5-kWh units of solar electricity each month. When enough customers have enrolled in the program, WPS will build a 24-kW solar-electric plant. Under the Round-Up for Renewable Energy option, customers round-up their electric bill toward the installation of small PV lighting or water-pumping systems for parks, zoos, nature centers, and other public areas. These programs are in addition to the SolarWise for Schools program that has been in place since 1996. The programs are administered by the WPS Community Foundation, a nonprofit educational foundation.

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