A "Pay-It-Forward" Approach to Funding Solar Power

Donations to a California nonprofit don't just fund one solar power installation, but circulate from one project to the next.

Solar energy doesn't spill or pollute, it's often cheaper for consumers than many other power sources, and three-quarters of Americans want more of it, according to recent polling. So why do so few buildings sport photovoltaic panels?

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02/22/2014
Donations to a California nonprofit don't just fund one solar power installation, but circulate from one project to the next.  by Corey Hill Solar energy doesn't spill or pollute,... read more
02/22/2014
Donations to a California nonprofit don't just fund one solar power installation, but circulate from one project to the next.  by Corey Hill Solar energy doesn't spill or pollute,... read more