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JACKSON, TN - March 1, 2017

2017 USDA Grant Application Deadline Rural Energy for America Program Renewable Energy Systems & Energy Efficiency Improvement Loans & Grants. Take advantage of the USDA Grant availalbe until March 31, 2017. Click the following links to read the article.
https://www.rd.usda.gov/programs-services/rural-energy-america-program-renewable-energy-systems-energy-efficiency



JACKSON, TN - February 11, 2014

2014 TVA Incentives TVA and participating local power companies are offering 10 megawatts of capacity through the innovative and sustainable Green Power Providers program in 2014 Click the following links to read the article.
2014 Green Power Providers Program Residential Renewable Energy Federal Tax Credit



JACKSON, TN - March 5, 2013

Office building gets energy award Gary A. Taylor Investment Company announced Monday that the office building at 257 BancorpSouth Parkway in Jackson has been awarded LEED Silver certification. Click the following link to read the article.
Jackson Sun Article



HENDERSON, TN - July 25, 2012

SRPS installs system in Henderson, TN Solar panels have been placed on top of the Justice Complex in Henderson. County Mayor Dwain Seaton says the panels will produce electricity and generate $15,000 a year for the county. Click the following link to read the article and watch the video.
http://www.wbbjtv.com/news/local/Henderson-Solar-Panels-Saving-Money-163680266.html



HUMBOLDT, TN - March 19, 2012

SRPS in the News! Our local news affiliate WBBJ reports on a local solar installation performed by SRPS for Infostructure Incorporated in Humboldt TN. Two installs were performed: an 8.6 kilowatt solar tracker that follows the sun during the day, and an 7.9kw awning. This is expected to produce around 26,000 kilowatt hours of clean energy annually. Click the following link to read the article and watch the video.
http://www.wbbjtv.com/news/local/Large-Solar-Panels-Installed-at-Cable-Company-143411826.html



MILAN, TN - April 28, 2011

Milan Compress Company, Inc. has taken a big step into the future, using energy from the sun to transform itself from an energy consumer into an energy producer. The cotton processing company was awarded a renewable energy production grant through USDA's Renewable Energy for America Program (REAP) and staff were on hand today to celebrate Earth Day with the newly energy-independent company.

"Milan Compress is a great partner for USDA's renewable energy program," said RD State Director Bobby Goode. "Solar installations like this help create good jobs in the renewable energy sector and contribute to the promotion, development and utilization of renewable, domestically produced energy alternatives in Tennessee." According to Milan Compress Vice President Vance Shoaf, his company invested $187,500 in the project. The grants of $46,875 from RD and $56,400 through the Tennessee Solar Institute made it economically feasible for the project to be much larger than it otherwise could have been.

The 28.2 kilowatt system is expected to produce more than 34,000 Kilowatt hours of clean electricity per month. That is enough electricity on average to meet all the needs of the company as well as send unused energy back into the community electric grid. Most solar panels are currently warranted for 20 years of electricity production. Connecting solar arrays to the local electric grid instead of on-site batteries means the cost of care and maintenance is minimal.

REAP loan guarantees and grants can be used for renewable energy systems, energy efficiency improvements, feasibility studies and energy audits. Grants and low interest energy loans are available to most farms and rural businesses. More information on the REAP program is at www.rurdev.usda.gov/TN-Business.html.

Others who participated in the event included Sen. Lamar Alexander's Representative Matt Varino, Rep. Stephen Fincher's Representative Scott Golden, Milan Mayor Chris Crider, Solar Renewable Power Systems Project Manager Eddie Parimore, Milan chamber Executive Director Julie Burks, Jackson State Vice President for Institutional Advancement Dee Henderson and RD Business Programs Director Dan Beasley, Energy Coordinator Will Dodson, Area Director Harriett Cannon and staff Van Wylie, Mary Hickman and Joel Howard.