Solar rooftops in poor communities

San Diego is home to more than 2,600 solar residential rooftops – more than any other California city – but in the neighboring lower-income community of National City, there are only about a dozen.

A bill [PDF] before the California Assembly Committee on Utilities and Commerce this month seeks to equalize renewable energy installation in the state by promoting small-scale solar rooftops in the disadvantaged communities.

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Around the web:

California Solar Energy Industries Association – CALSEIA

 California Solar Energy

 Go Solar California

 Large Solar Energy Projects – California Energy Commission – CA.gov

 California Renewable Energy Overview and Programs

 NorCal Solar Energy Association

 Solar Installer San Diego | ClarySolar

 California Solar

 Advanced Solar Electric | Southern California’s Most Trusted Solar …

 California Solar Center

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