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Solar at St. Croix Electric

If you are a St. Croix Electric Cooperative member and want to learn more about installing solar or other distributed generation (renewable) system on your property, click here.

 

 

 

 

 

On May 24, 2017 - 78 years after the first flash of electricity flowed through St. Croix Electric Cooperative lines - Sunflower II was energized. Located in the Town of Warren, Sunflower II is a 2.34 megawatt (MW) solar array. It was the seventh of 15 utility-scale solar arrays constructed and energized in Dairyland Power Cooperative's service territory (Wisconsin, Minnesota, Illinois, Iowa) in 2016 and 2017. It's generation capacity is enough to power 390 homes. Dairyland Power Cooperative is the wholesale power provider for St. Croix Electric Cooperative.
Sunflower II Production (graph currently only tracks production for SCEC's 144 kW section of the array)
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On July 19, 2014, St. Croix Electric Cooperative dedicated Sunflower 1 - a 103-kilowatt (kW) solar array (103,000 watts). Supported by the Cooperative's Board of Directors and members, the array is one of the pioneers among electric cooperatives in Wisconsin.
Sunflower 1 Production
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