Community Solar: Distributing the Array to the Masses

Community solar is a business model emerging in the U.S. that provides the benefits of solar generation to portions of the consumer electricity market that are unable to host a rooftop solar installation. Through a community solar program, residential and commercial ratepayers have the option to pur...

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