In an ironic twist --a positive one, mind you-- a company that helps keep autos on the road is also making a big investment in alternative energy. Actually, they've put in the second biggest solar project in the county. Think they're trying to achieve karmic balance?
"The 32-kilowatt rooftop solar panel system, which includes 124 U.S.-made panels, went live Wednesday and is expected to reduce ArborMotion’s energy costs at its 23,000-square-foot facility on State Circle by between 50 percent to 75 percent. Only DTE’s Energy’s solar panel installation on Scio Church and Wagner roads is larger. That is a 60 kilowatt system, but it is not privately owned.
While investing in the $178,400 solar panel system seemed frightening at first, the risk diminished as he learned more, said James Snider, an owner and the general manager of ArborMotion."
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