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Go electric this year!

Summer means lots of time outside in the lawn. This year if you need to start replacing your equipment consider going with electric versions of your same favorite tool. OPALCO member Jay Kimball shows us his tools and how they work. Notice how easy it is to start them!


The more we can switch to using clean electricity instead of fossil fuels the better for our community and our planet. Check out some of our quick facts where we outline the importance of making that switch!

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