Community Solar Spread Slowed By Outrageous Contract Terms Frank Andorka, SolarWakeup • August 21, 2018 “50% to 75% of electrical consumers don’t have access to traditional customer-sited solar arrays. It would be a shame to leave that much of the market on the table when a fix like the one Solstice is proposing is
By many measures, community solar is on the rise. In the last year, it’s driven a large portion of solar growth.
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Karma Impact explains how community solar companies like Solstice are helping businesses and households access the sun’s energy in a more just, equitable fashion.
Sited in Otsego County, the project is expected to provide enough clean energy to power the equivalent of about 400 average-size homes per year.
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Clean Tech in the Pandemic: Leveraging Shifting Tides To Accelerate Social Equity Through Clean Technology
How do you build community and trust during COVID-19? How can cleantech help people now? Natalia Sharova shares Co-founder and CEO Steph Speirs’ insights.
By The Greene Space, Feb 13, 2018