Low Income Solar Policy Guide Launched
Solar is working for low income communities, in Massachusetts and elsewhere. A low income solar policy guide, launached today, outlines a range of policies and programs states can employ to expand access to solar and ensure everyone can participate in the transition to a 100% renewable future.
The website launched along with the report includes case studies and examples of successful low income solar models. One of the studies features the Mill Street Solar project in Gardner, Massachusetts.
For more on how solar benefits low income communities in Massachusetts, check out:
- Solar Power and Net Metering: Good for Ratepayers, Clean Water Action
- Solar sustains social safety nets in low income communities, MassSolar Solar Story
- Solar power's benefits outweigh its costs, CommonWealth Magazine