Johnson County adding to solar grid

Mitchell Schmidt, from The Gazette, wrote up a wonderful article detailing all the work MOXIE Solar is working on for Johnson County, Iowa. Click below to read the full article.

Johnson County continues to add to its growing network of solar arrays — this time atop the county’s new Ambulance Services building on South Dubuque Street.

Johnson County construction manager Michael Kennedy said, once final touches on the ambulance services and medical examiner building are complete in a week or so, work will begin to add solar panels to the building’s roof.

“We’ll begin right away,” he said.

Work continues on the Johnson County Ambulance Service and Medical Examiner Facility in Iowa City on Wednesday, Jun. 28, 2017. (Stephen Mally/The Gazette)

While a contract still is coming together with North Liberty’s Moxie Solar for the project, the $120,000, 75.5 kilowatt solar array is expected to be online this year, he said.


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