A new solar garden in St. Cloud, Minnesota is on the way to completion by the end of June 2019. The 13-row garden will be able to offset electricity use of 160 households. This is one of the many solar projects springing to life in St. Cloud. The state of Minnesota has a goal to reach 10% solar by 2030. Read more.

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