The Lincoln Park Solar Garden

Ecolibrium3 is developing a 40 kW solar array at the northeastern entrance to Lincoln Park. The power from the array will benefit the Duluth Veterans’ Place, a transitional housing project by the Minnesota Assistance Council for Veterans, and provide long-term funding for an Emergency Energy Fund to help families that are struggling to pay their utility bills.

Project Details:

  • 40 kilowatt array located between I-35 and West Michigan St.
  • To be completed by December 31, 2019
  • 25+ year lifespan, generating over $300,000 in renewable power
  • Over 500 families and countless veterans will benefit

 

The Ecolibrium3 SUNraiser will raise money for the Lincoln Park Solar Garden and the energy assistance programs that Ecolibrium3 provides. Visit the SUNraiser page to learn more or pledge your support!

 

Donate to the Lincoln Park Solar Garden!

Learn more about MAC-V and the Duluth Veterans’ Place.

Left Coast Fund: Matching Grant Challenge!

 

The Lincoln Park Solar Garden was selected as Minnesota’s showcase project and honored with a $25,000 matching grant from the Left Coast Fund. The Left Coast Fund is an investment firm from California that sponsors renewable energy projects across the country as part of their “50 States of Solar” campaign.

Ecolibrium3 has until September 30th to raise $25,000 to complete the solar component of the Lincoln Park Solar Garden project!

Matching Grant Challenge Progress

  • Funds Raised
  • To Be Raised

 

This project was funded in part by Minnesota Power.