Consumer-owned generation like solar panels is a hot topic with the members of Craighead Electric Cooperative (CECC). Ads on social media, door to door salesmen, and word-of-mouth hype drum up…
On October 5th, the Office of Arkansas Attorney General(AG) Tim Griffin sent an enforcement advisory letter to Arkansas solar installation companies. The letter reiterates the legal obligations of such companies…
Recent changes in Arkansas law will result in a change to the compensation received by net metered accounts. This will affect current and future solar members differently.
Have you seen these misleading solar advertisements on social media? Be mindful of what you click on.
Conventional wisdom says that if something sounds too good to be true, it probably is. Yet, every day, solar companies attempt to mislead our members with promises too good to be true.
As solar systems are installed, some areas of Craighead Electric Cooperatives service territory have reached their limit for net meter installations.
Southland Gin, Delta Farms, Craighead Electric Cooperative, and Today’s Power, Inc. “flipped the switch” on the first agricultural energy project in Arkansas combining two different solar technologies (fixed-tilt and single-axis tracking) plus on-site battery energy storage.
Solar energy is a great energy source. However, a common-sense approach must be used when confronted with sales presentations that sound too good to be true. Understanding solar quotes can help you to make an informed decision.
Together with Craighead Electric Cooperative, TPI proposed a plan for a solar generation facility with battery storage that is unlike any system currently operating in Arkansas, one that will provide benefits to all parties involved.
Craighead Electric Cooperative partnered with Today’s Power, Inc. (TPI) and the City of Brookland to build a 1-megawatt solar array in Brookland, AR.