Xcel Energy customers soon will be able to receive power from community solar gardens. After a concerted effort by the utility to limit them, they will come online in Minnesota by the end of the year.
“Basically, I look at the traditional fossil-based fuels and you just got to realize it’s finite,” says on customer. “But you look at the sun … it’s infinite, basically for as long as it lasts.” Under DFL control, the state Legislature authorized community solar gardens in 2013 and mandated that Xcel Energy buy the power the gardens generate, as part of a plan to increase the electricity Minnesotans get from renewable resources.
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