Community Solar Projects and Programs: Today and Tomorrow

Community solar programs are popping up across the U.S. Not only do they allow for the proliferation of more clean energy because new solar arrays can be constructed in just the right locations, but they also allow any utility customer to go solar by subscribing to a project and earning bill credits that lead to savings of around 10% on electric bills.

This session will bring together a project owner and a utility to discuss how community solar projects come together today and explore best practices for creating even better community solar programs in the future.

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