July 14, 2022
Solar Landscape engaged with communities in New Jersey to connect low- and moderate-income households with community solar subscriptions while providing workforce training and educational opportunities.
June 21, 2022
The members of People Power Solar Cooperative in Oakland, California, are demonstrating the feasibility and benefits of community-owned solar, a type of community solar in which residents of a community collectively own a solar system.
May 11, 2022
An Oklahoma Electric Cooperative community solar installation turned into an educational opportunity for local children and has sparked interest in solar throughout the community.
February 28, 2022
More states, including New York, are passing policies that enable residents to tap into community solar, which allows customers to benefit from a shared solar installation.
November 30, 2021
The team that pioneered community solar at the New York City Housing Authority’s (NYCHA) Queensbridge Houses worked together to overcome challenges and ensure equitable access to the benefits of community solar.
October 13, 2021
If you want to power your home with clean energy and lower your electricity bills, but live in an apartment or multifamily home, don’t own your roof, or your roof isn’t suitable for a solar energy system, you can subscribe to a community solar project.
October 1, 2021
Community-owned solar is growing in Hope Village, a 107-block neighborhood in Detroit, thanks to the work of HOPE Village Revitalization, the neighborhood’s community development corporation.
September 23, 2021
Organizations can request free technical expertise from the National Community Solar Partnership at any time to transform the market for community solar and increase all Americans' access to the meaningful benefits of renewable energy.
March 14, 2017
Decided to go solar? Here's how to pay for it. The SunShot Initiative highlights three ways teams are financing community solar projects.
November 18, 2016
Solar power is now more affordable in the United States than at any other point in history, and new analysis shows it has the potential to gain popularity in low- and moderate-income communities across the country.