Local utilities eye solar energy trend



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Nick Hofmeister of McCordsville installed a solar energy system in his home four years ago. The solar array had a net cost $17,500. (Tom Russo / Daily Reporter)


Nick Hofmeister of McCordsville installed a solar energy system in his home four years ago. He estimates it will take 11 years of energy savings to pay for itself, but he says the system is worth it. Some months, he says, his NineStar Connect electricity bill is $15. (Tom Russo / Daily Reporter)


GREENFIELD — People who want to go green and use solar energy for their homes are starting to get incentives to do so.

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