Washington, D.C. residents organize first solar cooperative east of Anacostia River

home-solar-500 818dbhome-solar-500 818dbWashington, D.C. residents living east of the Anacostia River are organizing the region’s first solar cooperative with support from DC Sun, an advocacy group that works with communities to develop solar co-ops that lower the cost and simplify the process of going solar. In the past year, the organization has helped 175 homes go solar, saving residents close to $500,000. In a recent article, DCist explains why the cooperative business model is appealing to skeptical residents.

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