Solar project groundbreaking

Sumner-Cowley Electric Cooperative, Inc. recently broke ground on another Kansas-based solar project as part

of the Kansas Cooperative Sun Power Program. The project consists of one array sized at 891 kW/DC. Preliminary

work has already started on the land acquired for the project by the coop. The sun farm will be in Sumner County

near the coops Miller Substation. Construction should be completed by June of 2022. From left, board members

James McMullin, Gabe Schlickau, John Whittington, John Schon, Jeff Swanson, Sumner-Cowley Electric CEO Coni

Adams, Keith Leddy and John Beard.

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