Pickerington and Tipping Point Working on Solar Deal

Despite the expiration of the Ohio Advanced Energy Fund at the end of 2010, Tipping Point Renewable Energy and the City of Pickerington continue to work toward a project that could save the City a considerable amount of money.

 

Harnessing the power of the sun to provide "clean" energy to the Pickerington Water Plant on Diley Road could save the city up to $20,000 in its first year of operation if the state-of-the art technology makes it off the drawing board.

 

Pickerington City Manager Bill Vance is exploring the "public-private partnership" with Tipping Point Renewable Energy, a Dublin project developer, who currently has other solar contracts with the city of Columbus, Upper Arlington and Dublin.


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