humble Farmer’s Work to Create Renewable Energy Makes Him “Solar Pioneer of the Year”
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ReVision Energy has anointed Robert Skoglund, aka “the humble Farmer,” the “Solar Pioneer of the Year” for his efforts to make his home in St. George more energy-independent.
Skoglund, whose radio show ran on MPBN for 28 years (and now continues as a podcast and on independent community stations), successfully installed a homemade solar hot water collector, which on a sunny day heats water to 115 degrees. However, he encountered more trouble trying to install a solar electric system and called in ReVision Energy for assistance.
In a single day, ReVision installed six 230-watt Canadian Solar PV panels. The panels will provide close to 1800 killowatt-hours a year of clean, renewable energy each year. The system also has room to add twelve more panels.
Read more about this project in the Free Press Online article.