Ohio University newspaper The Post recently profiled an Athens County farmer who had solar panels installed on his family's nearly century-old farm. Third Sun Solar of Athens installed the 9 kW system, which is "designed to produce more power in the summer" but will be able to produce enough power in all conditions – "even if covered by multiple inches of snow." This story represents an ongoing trend among farmers turning to renewable energy, particularly solar (See our Dec 9, 2013, blog post – "Solar is proving itself to be an inexpensive and unintrusive energy choice for Ohio farmers"). For more, read the full story.