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SPENCER, Ind. (AP) -- A southern Indiana winery is turning to the sun to generate about two-thirds of its power needs.
Workers are installing 34 solar photovoltaic panels on the roof of a barn that's adjacent to the Owen Valley Winery's tasting room just south of the town of Spencer.
The $40,000 system will generate 8.5 kilowatts of electricity that will power the winery's refrigerator units, pumps, lights and other equipment. The winery is footing $30,000 of the system's costs, but the other $10,000 comes from a grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
The Herald-Times reports that the solar panels are nearly all in place. The winery plans to celebrate the project's completion on Oct. 5 with food, live music and, of course, wine.
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