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Muscatine to Offer Solar Program

December 2003 - Muscatine Power and Water (MP&W), a municipal utility serving 10,800 electricity customers in eastern Iowa, plans to offer a green power option for its residential customers, beginning January 1, 2004. Under the Solar Muscatine program, customers can make monthly contributions of $3, $5, or $7 to support the acquisition and installation of photovoltaic arrays in the community. Initially, the utility plans to install 3 PV arrays with a combined capacity of 3.3 kW in front of its main office.

MP&W Contact: John Root (563) 262-3422



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