COLUMBUS, Neb. — Consumers today are showing more interest in becoming “green” and using solar energy to generate electricity for their home or business. Oftentimes, this can be a complex process that includes solar developers, electricians, and your local utility to pinpoint needs surrounding project financing and return on investment, construction, electric requirements and building and zoning codes.

How does one pull this information together with little knowledge of the industry, all while decoding considerations like net metering, inverters, rooftop versus ground units, and safety? Renewable energy consultants with Nebraska Public Power District can help solar enthusiasts through this maze to avoid any roadblocks and pitfalls along the way.

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