Talent Community Center draws its power from the sun

Tony Boom, Ashland Daily Tidings, October 5 2017

The ribbon cutting for a solar array that will generate an estimated 86 percent of the Talent Community Center’s electrical needs will be held at noon Saturday as part of the city’s annual Harvest Festival.

The system went online last week.

A $60,000 grant from Pacific Power’s Blue Sky program and an $8,000 city match funded installation of the system in the 2-year-old building, at 104 W. Main St., which had been designed to accommodate solar power.


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