“Solar Spring Break” Connects Students With Clean Power In Underserved Communities

By Glenn Meyers In the 2016 “Solar Spring Break,” over 100 students from 10 US colleges will be taking on the task of installing rooftop solar for low-income families, and learning as they work. The program runs through March 25. Students will connect with clean energy at Solar Spring Break — an alternative spring break program hosted by GRID Alternatives. Teams [&hellip
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