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Neighborhood Sun partnered with Blue Water Baltimore to share an impactful clean energy opportunity for community members in the B.G.E. area.
Neighborhood Sun C.E.O. and Founder, Gary Skulnik, Writes About His Personal History With Clean Energy Policy in Baltimore, Maryland
Astral Power, powered by Neighborhood Sun was selected as a part of the American-Made Inclusive Solar Outreach Awards, an effort to recognize and share best practices in inclusive communications about solar. Neighborhood Sun’s campaign to bring community solar access to rural and lower-income neighborhoods was successful thanks to the key relationships built with local community groups and leaders.
Neighborhood Sun is planting 100 trees through our community partner, ForestPlanet, for each investor who invests at least $500 in our community round before it closes on September 16, 2022.
Last week, the Montgomery County Housing Opportunities Commission (MCHOC) subscribed six of its properties to Neighborhood Sun’s landmark Oaks Landfill community solar farm, bringing clean energy access to the low- and moderate-income (LMI) residents of 829 affordable housing units.
Neighborhood Sun Releases 2021 Impact Report Demonstrating Massive Growth and Extended Reach Benefitting More Communities Across the U.S.
Written and published by Stephanie Monmoine Director of Communications and Sustainability We’re here to use business as a force for good, but we don’t expect you to take our word for it. And we don’t want you to. We hope you will join us in reviewing our company’s 2021 impacts so you can get the […]
With her impressive dedication and well-positioned expertise, we’re incredibly fortunate to have Shari helping to guide our company through its rapid growth and hold us accountable to our mission as we expand access to clean, affordable energy across the nation.
When you stop to ponder climate change and its causes and effects, are you faced with existential anxiety about environmental destruction or do you remain skeptical, questioning the human impact of climate change?