Sun shines on Palm Beach County with new solar co-op

By SCOTT LUXOR SUN SENTINEL CORRESPONDENT JAN 29, 2021 AT 12:21 PM Click HERE to go to the SunSentinel article. Palm Beach County is launching another solar co-op for 2021. The nonprofit’s goal, like those in Broward and Miami-Dade counties, is to bring homeowners together to find effective solar installers who will work with fair and transparent financing for their work. Solar United Neighbors, which created solar co-ops in Broward County and around the state, helps homeowners get in the act of searching for proper and ethical installer companies who will both follow through on the promises, as well as not overcharge for their services. Palm Beach County has had two such co-ops before. The first one was in 2017. The next one was in 2018. And now a third one planned to start in January. Diane Marks, who is chairwoman of the Solar Co-op Issue Group for the League of Women Voters of

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Palm Beach County Solar Co-op Launches Jan. 14

Palm Beach County Solar Co-op Launches Jan. 14

Local League of Women Voters Partners with Solar United Neighbors to Virtually Launch Palm Beach County Solar Co-op on Jan. 14  New Co-Op Offers Affordable Rooftop Solar (West Palm Beach, FL – December __, 2020) The League of Women Voters of Palm Beach County (LWVPBC) is partnering with Solar United Neighbors (SUN) to launch the Palm Beach County Solar Co-op on January 14 to help Palm Beach County residents go solar. Other nonprofit partners on the co-op include the City of Boca Raton, City of Boynton Beach, Climate Reality Project Boca Raton Chapter, City of Delray Beach, Elders Climate Action, Sierra Club, Southeast Alliance for Clean Energy and South Florida Regional Planning Council Clean Cities Coalition. “The co-op will enable Palm Beach County homeowners and business owners to join the growing community of people saving money by harnessing solar power,” said Laura Tellez, South Florida program coordinator for SUN. “Together, we’re

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Solar Tsnuami

Christian Roselund and John Weaver | Published on 1/3/2019 Developers have applied to build 139 GWac of large-scale solar projects in the territory of six grid operators – around five times what is currently online across the country – and that figure doesn’t even cover the entire United States. By any metric, we are looking at an unprecedented boom in solar development over the next five years. JANUARY 1, 2019 CHRISTIAN ROSELUND AND JOHN WEAVER Link to PV Magazine Article Some of it is the pending drop-down of the Investment Tax Credit from the end of 2019 through the end of 2023. Some of it is a series of decisions by states, cities and corporations to decarbonize their electricity supply, and to use solar as a main means of doing this. And some of it is the continual decline in PV system prices, which makes large-scale solar the cheapest form

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