NRECA explores viability of co-ops achieving 100 percent renewable energy portfolio

NCBA CLUSA was pleased to report last year that Washington, D.C. residents living east of the Anacostia River were organizing the region’s first solar cooperative—the co-op business model was appealing to homeowners skeptical of solar company representatives' promises. In a new study, the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA) explores the viability of co-ops achieving a 100 percent renewable energy portfolio, focusing primarily on solar power. 

Read the feature here: http://remagazine.coop/co-ops-considering-renewable-energy-portfolio/ 


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