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Paul Port Authority. In order for the program to be enacted, the Port Authority must sign a Joint Powers Agreement (JPA) in each county. Randy Timm, the second generation owner of Timm’s Trucking, applied for the PACE project early this fall. At that time, a Rice County JPA was not yet available. According to Chris Meyer, southeast coordinator of Clean vpowerenergy solar power with generator backup Energy Resource Teams (CERTs), Timm’s request was the catalyst to get the Rice County JPA in place. After completing the project’s installation in October, Timm’s Trucking is now the first of its kind in Rice County using this program. “Once they are in place and businesses start with initial projects, it’s really cost effective,” said Meyer. “That’s the point of the program, to help businesses make these upgrades by making the financing easy and affordable.” The cost effectiveness of the project is exactly what lured Timm into applying for the program in the first place. “I’d been looking at different ways to save money on some of our utility bills and solar seemed like a natural option,” said Timm, a self-proclaimed techie, who knew there was money to be saved on this deal. “It just made sense. It adds value to the business and our building site.” While Timm’s Trucking has not yet seen significant savings due to the slower, winter months of solar energy, he is expecting the project to be a “big money-maker when we get to the spring and summer.” Additionally, Timm said before the solar PV was installed, PACE worked with him to figure out the company’s electric output.
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