Midwest college students serve as RE-volv solar ambassadors

By Kelsey Misbrener Students at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the University of Dayton in Ohio are working with the San Francisco-based nonprofit RE-volv to bring the power and benefits of solar energy to two local nonprofits: Mission of Mary Cooperative in Dayton, and Project Home in Madison.
“Working with RE-volv offers a fantastic way to empower community members to support clean energy while also helping nonprofits do their much-needed work. It’s a win-win,” said Adam Tholen, the project lead for UW-Madison students.
An estimated 1.5 million nonprofits in the U.S. face financial barriers to obtaining solar power, as they do not qualify for solar

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