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Solar Energy that Pays for Low-Income Customers and Communities

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NRRI shared a new Insights paper, Solar Energy that Pays for Low-Income Customers and Communities.  This paper highlights the key aspects of program design and implementation that are helping providers deliver cost-saving solar energy and associated products and services to low-income consumers, organizations that provide services to low-income clientele, and disadvantaged communities. An Appendix includes program summaries from 18 jurisdictions.    

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Matt Chester on Dec 16, 2020

Important example of what we're talking about when we say energy equity & justice-- great to see!

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