We are thrilled to announce that we have partnered with Root + Branch to initiate the largest project in our Neighborhood Solar Equity program with Georgetown University. Together, we are set to install 1.1 mW on Georgetown’s campus, making it one … Continue reading
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It seems that every week brings us news of a new model for going green.
At Community Renewable Energy, we’ve shared how solar power is being used for community-building across the United States. Today, I want to share an example of how solar power is improving lives on the other side of the globe.
Every Friday, Community Renewable Energy shares important clean energy developments– and some that are just plain cool. Here’s what we were reading this week.
One Degree Solar and Coca-Cola are working together to take solar power kits to off-grid grocery kiosks in Kenya. Scientific American detailed the very real impact solar power has on rural business owners.