KENT COUNTY, Mich.—What does a Kalamazoo area school, Ottawa County hops producer and the West Michigan Sports Commission have in common?
All three are teaming up with Consumers Energy to produce solar power.
Consumers has selected 22 projects to back, including five non-residential programs at Paragon Die & Engineering in Kentwood, Monsignor Hackett High School in Kalamazoo Township, Pure Mitten Hops in Ottawa County, the West Michigan Sports Commission in Grand Rapids and Bonobo Winery in Grand Traverse County.
In addition, Consumers is backing 17 solar projects for residential customers, including those in Kent and Ottawa counties. The customers were chosen as part of Consumers’ Experimental Advanced Renewable Program. Consumers will soon be accepting applications for the next phase of EARP. The deadly to apply is 5 p.m. Aug. 6.