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Partnership Chosen to Ensure Equitable Solar Access for California Multifamily Affordable Housing
  News release

Partnership Chosen to Ensure Equitable Solar Access for California Multifamily Affordable Housing

New $1B program benefits low-income renters and affordable housing providers

  Blog article

Seven Reasons to Like California’s New Rooftop Solar Mandate

The California Energy Commission’s recent decision to require rooftop solar photovoltaic (PV) systems on most new homes has engendered praise from some quarters and criticism from others.

  Blog article

Community Solar in California: A Missed Opportunity

Although California far exceeds all other states in solar electric capacity, it’s falling short in efforts to support community solar programs that can make accessing solar more equitable and allow distributed solar systems to better support the electricity grid.

  Blog article

Virtual Net Metering & Resources Help Increase Solar Equity

Nationwide, solar photovoltaic (PV) systems are being installed in record numbers, with the total solar capacity approaching 50,000 megawatts of power. According to the Solar Energy Industries Association, that’s enough solar output to run more than 9 million homes.

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CSE Project to Develop Streamlined Solar Permitting

DOE invests $21 million in 17 projects to speed adoption and maximize benefits

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has awarded $21.4 million to fund 17 projects to help reduce the "soft costs" commonly associated with rooftop solar energy, such as system installation, permitting and interconnection to the grid.

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