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For: Chesapeake, Ohio (OH county: Lawrence)

Chesapeake, OH Zipcodes include 45619,

Showing Solar Installations within 50 miles from the center of Chesapeake, Ohio (OH)

Solar Technology: Solar Electric, PV

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Lexington, KY 40511 installed a PV system
36 miles
from you
This was an unusual situation in that I was able to combine a natural gas well w/ a PV array and build a system more than 2 miles from the grid. I started by myself out of necessity. Later, Matt was able to improve and complete the system so the installation is professional, up to code, and modular - ready for expansion. Compliance with code was not officially necessary in this situation, however I Matt and I both required that construction meet or exceed applicable building codes. I was able to rehabilitate an old gas well and get the cost benefit of free natural gas for everything possible from refrigerator to generator. I am now able to grow the PV capabilities and will have an off-grid home with all the modern amenities and no utility expense. By the way, Kentucky power, AEP, and the Kentucky Utility Commission were terrible. I resent any tax money and credits that support these organizations and will do everything I can to apply political pressure in order to make the aforementioned groups more consumer friendly.
Customer Review dated Feb 9, 2010
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Louisa, KY 41230
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