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Nebraska tribe becomes a solar power leader on the Plains
by Karen Uhlenhuth
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9 July 2018
On 9 July 2018 Energy News Network reported:
The Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska already boasts 400 kilowatts of installed solar panels, more than nearly any other Midwestern Indian tribe. ... Tribal leaders in this community of about 850 people in northeastern Nebraska say the solar push, which started a decade ago, advances commitments to sustainability and self-sufficiency, and is cutting electric bills.
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Most of the panels have gone up in the town of Winnebago, where most of the tribe's members reside. Panels have been installed on the roofs of the economic development office, powwow grounds, veterans' building, senior center, and some senior housing. The tribe recently added a 60-kilowatt ground-mounted array on a field just outside of town that provides power for a used-car dealership and a convenience store.
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