Thursday, May 28, 2015

California Nonprofit Offers Free Solar Panels to Its Poorest


California Nonprofit Offers Free Solar Panels to Its Poorest




Photo: Michael Macor, The Chronicle via SFGate Magazine



 
A new California program by the Oakland nonprofit Grid Alternatives will install home solar arrays in disadvantaged neighborhoods and aims to make solar power available to lower-income families — using money from the state’s fight against global warming. 

Full story by David R. Baker at SFGate Magazine:

  
  http://www.sfgate.com/business/article/Low-income-homeowners-get-free-solar-panels-6281762.php


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