Virginia board looks to bolster solar opportunity for low-income residents
- Dec 12, 2019 5:39 pm GMT
The Virginia Statehouse in Richmond.
A new advisory board is tasked with coming up with a pilot program to finance solar projects for poorer residents.
In these pre-solstice days of diminishing sunlight, renewable energy professionals are hunkered down figuring out how to share Virginia’s wealth of solar power with the state’s poorer residents.
Members of the newly created Clean Energy Advisory Board are tasked with setting up a solar financing platform for households with low-to-moderate incomes. They had their inaugural meeting earlier this month in Richmond.
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