Posts Tagged: montana solar

For as long as artist Jacqueline Rieder Hud can remember, she has been an environmentalist. Respect for nature and the creatures of the Earth has been fundamental to her work – and her approach to life. Jacqueline taps into the natural world and Jungian archetypes for her inspiration. Mythic horse arrived on thunder He asked… Read More

The Montana Renewable Energy Association (MREA) recently interviewed Independent Power Systems’ founder and CEO, Tony Boniface. In July 2016 MREA talked with Tony Boniface, owner and President of Independent Power Systems, about installing the first net metered system in Montana and how his small Bozeman business expanded to three states and several dozen employees. How… Read More

Analyzing Solar in Bozeman

Let’s face it, electricity can be confusing. Electrons scooting through copper wires somehow illuminate your closet and charge your iPad. Things can get even more intimidating when you add solar panels into the mix, and you may think you don’t know enough about electricity to consider investing in a solar array. That’s not at all… Read More

The SIMMS Fishing headquarters in Bozeman, MT proudly shows off a 44.35 kW SunPower solar system.The SIMMS Fishing array serves as a symbol of their great respect for the great outdoors. Their  production facility and headquarters and since fish depend on a clean environment and they are doing their part to keep the water clean…. Read More

Take a minute to digest these important updates from the MREA on what is happening with net metering in Montana and help preserve the incentives for switching to clean energy. Date: Fri, Feb 20, 2015 at 3:24 PM Subject: Montana Senate Considering Repeal of Clean Energy Tax Credits Ask your Senator to preserve these widely used… Read More

Montana solar has been running into some legislative obstacles. The Montana Renewable Energy Association explains in this email to their members: Date: Thu, Feb 5, 2015 at 4:32 PM Subject: [mrea] net metering policy update MREA Members–This week the House Energy committee voted down two of MREA’s priority bills to expand net metering. The votes… Read More