NorthWestern Energy Offers
for Renewable Energy Projects
NorthWestern Energy's electric customers in Montana who are
interested in generating their electricity from the sun and
wind or who want to use the sun to heat their domestic water
may be eligible to participate in demonstration projects in
2003 to turn their dreams into reality.
The National Center for
Appropriate Technology (NCAT) is administering two residential
solar energy demonstration programs, a wind energy
demonstration project and solar projects intended for schools
and fire stations.
All the projects are funded by
NorthWestern Energy's Universal Systems Benefits (USB) charge
paid by the company's electric customers.
Look below for company news
releases announcing the residential and school projects, plus
applications and accompanying documents for each project, and
a list of Montana renewable energy dealers. Applications and
accompanying documents can be downloaded in pdf format.
Learn more about Incentives
for Renewable Energy Projects at NorthWestern Energy's
Reader to view PDF files.
Solar Water Information
Solar Water Application
Renewable Energy Dealers
About the National Center
for Appropriate Technology
NCAT, a national non-profit organization headquartered in
Butte, Montana, promotes sustainable technologies and
community-based approaches that protect natural resources and
assist people in becoming more self-reliant.
About NorthWestern Energy
NorthWestern Energy, as the default supplier, provides
electricity supply and transmission services to Montana
customers who have not yet chosen a competitive supplier or
for whom competitive options do not exist. Regardless of a
customer's choice of supplier, NorthWestern Energy continues
to provide distribution service to all of its customers at
regulated rates. Information about the new default supply
rates and the resources regarding energy choice are available