By [email protected] Community solar offers a solution to residents who want clean power but don’t have access to a sunny, sizable roof. It comes with a big catch, though: Certain enabling policies are needed to credit individuals with the electricity generated at an offsite solar farm.
That challenge has limited the reach of community solar to the few states that have adopted such policies, including Colorado, New York, Minnesota, Massachusetts and Washington, D.C. This leaves few options for most of the 49 percent of households that can’t put solar on their roof because they rent or their roof is too shaded.
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