Energy efficient projects good for the bottom line, and environment

New solar panels line the roof of the Palisade Pharmacy, 707 Elberta Ave. The $70,000 investment should pay for itself in less than four years, according to owner Walt Jorgensen.



010611 Energy efficient biz

New solar panels line the roof of the Palisade Pharmacy, 707 Elberta Ave. The $70,000 investment should pay for itself in less than four years, according to owner Walt Jorgensen.

Palisade Pharmacy’s $70,000-plus investment in a solar-power installation in the fall is “a fair amount of money,” admits owner Walt Jorgensen. But in no more than four…




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