On May 18, a special session featured two speakers to share the benefits of community solar:
Elena Weissmann, Mid-Atlantic Director of Vote Solar: Elena coordinates Vote Solar’s campaigns in the Mid-Atlantic, advocating for inclusive and equitable solar policies throughout the region. Elana provided an overview of Community Solar within the region and nationally, addressing equity and accessibility issues
Tracey Woods, Research & Project Specialist at Sustainable Jersey: Tracey Woods works with the Sustainable Jersey Energy Team as a Project Research Specialist. Tracey focused on New Jersey, describing the current state of NJ’s community solar program. She explained how you can subscribe and what municipalities are doing to enable adoption.
Slides for this presentation are available here and you can watch the recording below.
More helpful links:
Find community solar opportunities in our area, by searching for those within the PSE&G utility (and not zip code) on this EnergySage webpage.
Sign up to get updates about solar policy in New Jersey at votesolar.org/usa/new-jersey/ – Learn more about the NJ Shines coalition’s efforts to secure an equitable clean energy future for New Jersey and take action at https://www.njshines.org/
Learn about best practices for low-income solar policy at www.lowincomesolar.org
Learn more about community solar and view our Community Solar Basics Fact Sheet and Community Solar Subscriber Tip Sheet – made possible with support from Sustainable Jersey.
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