Danny Young Renewable Energy Park

Many people are considering incorporating renewable energy at their homes or businesses, and Midwest Energy Cooperative is fully supportive of those initiatives. The Danny Young Memorial Renewable Energy Park is a regional resource designed to educate and help interested consumers make informed decisions about the incorporation of renewable technologies at their homes and businesses. The park is named in memory of Danny Young, a Midwest Energy Cooperative apprentice lineman who was killed in a tragic gas line explosion in December 2006. A small memorial area is included in the park’s design.

The park features a 4kW solar panel display and a 2.4 kW wind turbine, both representative of what a typical residential application might include.

4 kW Solar Panel Information

Solar Frequently Asked Questions

2.4 kW Wind Turbine Information

Wind Frequently Asked Questions

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