By Danielle Ola, PV-Tech
Community solar is emerging as an auspicious new source of demand in the US, opening up access to solar among previously excluded groups. Ethical Electric, a Washington-based renewable energy company providing 100% clean electricity to retail customers, recently launched a community solar division under the new name of CleanChoice Energy to get on board with the disruption. Managing director Laura Pagliarulo and chief impact officer Richard Graves discussed with PV Tech the company’s plans, recent SunShot Initiative award, and how community solar is set to become ‘retail 2.0’. Read more.
Photo: CleanChoice Energy’s chief impact officer Richard Graves and managing director Laura Pagliarulo
ADDITIONAL RECOMMENDED READING
- From trash to treasure, solar garden approved for old landfill site, WEAU News
- Minnesota’s largest solar farm about to open; here’s what it looks like from the air, Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal
- USD 300 million partnership between SolarCity and Credit Suisse, PV Magazine. The new fund will be used to finance thousands of residential solar arrays across the U.S., with the goal of customers directly saving money on their energy bills once the systems are installed.
- US government inks largest ever renewables purchase, Business Green