ELKHART — People interested in solar power can learn about net metering and tax credits before they expire during in-person and online sessions offered by various organizations in the coming weeks.

Solar United Neighbors announced a series of events in Elkhart and St. Joseph counties this fall. The sessions are designed to educate people about the benefits of going solar as part of the Northern Indiana co-op launched earlier this year.

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Revolution 1776

What is the former end of life recycling plan for the lithium

Joe King

There is no lithium in solar panels. If you are referring to Lithium Batteries, then the answer is 100%. 100% of Li batteries can be recycled. Sounds like a good program...maybe you should sign up and see about adding solar to your house?

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