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Energy Equity: bringing solar power to Low-Income Communities Millions of Americans lack access to solar energy because they cannot afford the steep upfront costs. Now, more than a dozen states are adopting "community solar" programs that are bringing solar power and lower energy bills to low-income households from New York to California.

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Energy Equity: Bringing Solar Power to Low-Income Communities More than a dozen states have adopted community solar programs that lower energy bills for low-income households By Maria Gallucci | May 21, 2019 A 204-kilowatt community solar array being installed on the roof of the Shiloh Temple International Ministries in Minneapolis.

California’s newest solar program for low-income renters, the Solar on Multifamily Affordable Housing (SOMAH) program, will bring $1 billion in rooftop solar to low-income renters over 10 years. It is the nation’s biggest solar program for low-income renters in history and the first one to direct a majority of the savings created through use of solar energy directly back to the utility.

Energy equity: Bringing solar power to low-income communities April 8, 2019 MARIA GALLUCCI / YALE ENVIRONMENT 360 – Isbel "Izzy" Palans lives in a small cabin nestled among mountain peaks and towering trees in the Colorado Rockies.

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Energy Equity: Bringing Solar Power to Low-Income Communities Posted on April 15, 2019 by Yves Smith By Maria Gallucci, the 2017-2018 Energy Journalism Fellow at the University of Texas at Austin.