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October 24, 2013 | Community Solar: It's a beautiful day in the neighborhood | Melissa Pawlisch: How to organize a project

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The second event of a three-part Solar Opportunities Series, Fresh Energy’s community solar event introduced community leaders and institutions to this promising new solar-development model, providing …

The second event of a three-part Solar Opportunities Series, Fresh Energy’s community solar event introduced community leaders and institutions to this promising new solar-development model, providing an objective update on the detailed rules currently being written. Learn more at fresh-energy.org/solarseries.

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  • {"5":"Definition:Centrally-located solar PV systemsthat provide electricity to participating subscribers\nAre you interested in going solar but unable to do so on your own? Perhaps you live in an apartment, have a shaded roof at home, or don’t have space at your organization. Community solar gardens are a simple way to go solar. You purchase an up-front subscription, then soak in the rays (much of Minnesota is as sunny as places like Houston, TX and Tallahassee, FL).\n","6":"The amount of electricity you use each year helps you decide how much solar to get. Your solar garden subscription can cover up to 120% of your usage.\n","1":"The Clean Energy Resource Teams, or CERTs, advance the adoption of renewable energy and energy efficiency projects in communities across Minnesota by helping people learn, connect, and act. They were established in 2003, and have been working these nearly 10 years with thousands of people across Minnesota to build our clean energy future.\n","7":"Community solar gardens can be a less complicated way to go solar. You purchase an up-front subscription, then soak in the rays. Minnesota’s solar resources is as strong as that found in Houston, TX and Tallahassee, FL.\n","2":"The Clean Energy Resource Teams, or CERTs, advance the adoption of renewable energy and energy efficiency projects in communities across Minnesota by helping people learn, connect, and act. They were established in 2003, and have been working these nearly 10 years with thousands of people across Minnesota to build our clean energy future.\n","8":"Wright-Hennepin Cooperative Electric Association offers a community solar garden program and Xcel Energy in Minnesota will begin one in 2014. Other utilities will likely follow suit, including investor-owned utilities, municipal utilities, and electric cooperatives.\n","3":"West Central\n"}
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    • 1. Community Solar: How to organize a project It’s a beautiful day in the Neighborhood / Oct. 24, 2013 Lissa Pawlisch / Clean Energy Resource Teams (CERTs)
    • 2. CERTs: Our Mission Connect individuals and communities to the resources they need to identify and implement community-scale clean energy projects
    • 3. How’s Community Solar Work?
    • 4. How’s Community Solar Work?
    • 5. How’s Community Solar Work?
    • 6. Learn More: http://SolarGardens.MnCERTs.org Download our community solar guide, see frequently asked questions, and find utility programs.
    • 7. Learn More: http://SolarGardens.MnCERTs.org Download our community solar guide, see frequently asked questions, and find utility programs.