Tick Tock Energy was recently chosen as the solar contractor for the competitive Midwest Renewable Energy Association (MREA) Solar Group Buy Program. This is an exciting development for Tick Tock and to further advance solar in the Lake Land College District.
The MREA Group Buy Program is an effort to bring solar opportunities to a region through education and the power of collective purchasing.
As MREA states on their website, “The purpose of a Group Buy Program, also known as a Solarize program, is to increase education of local consumers about solar photovoltaics (PV), and increase market penetration of residential and small commercial solar PV through a group-purchasing program.”
The largest benefit to residents of the Lake Land College District is the ability to reduce the costs of installing solar in their community. For a limited, area home, farm and business owners can participate in the Solarize program and the more who participate the lower the costs for everyone.
Plus, by providing education to residents ahead of time, the Group Buy Program further reduces the marketing costs to the installer, Tick Tock Energy.
As MREA states, “