Underserved communities have formerly been left out of the legislative process. So how do we ensure that they’re a part of the clean energy revolution?
By Janna Oberdorf, July 14, 2015 Read The Article [featured-img]
By Steve Moilanen and Nathan Ratledge
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By Forrest Watkins
Innovative Development Team Awarded Rights To Build Shared Solar On 73 Affordable Housing Buildings Across NYC
The projects will together account for up to two megawatts of additional clean energy production, enough to power approximately 350 underserved households.
California is working to expand solar to more markets; Solstice will offer shared solar in Stockton to low- and moderate-income customers including renters and people with low or no available credit score.
Residents of New York State’s Central Hudson region will be able to save with new no-risk community solar contracts.
Solstice announced today that it would offer community solar to 400 households across Otsego, Delaware, Chenango, and surrounding counties…
By Rod Arnold- Leading Good, September 27, 2017 See The Article
Solstice celebrates joining the Warwick Valley Chamber of Commerce as part of its campaign to spread the benefits of solar across the region.