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Neighborhood Sun Partners with Climate Access Fund and Baltimore School to Bring Clean Energy to Lower-Income Households

Local Organizations Make Solar Savings Accessible to Low- and Moderate-Income Folks in the Henderson-Hopkins Community

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Can The Heat Be Beat?

Can The Heat Be Beat? I think we can all agree on one thing… Climate change is not looming off in the distance like some “potential” threat that may or may not come. We are feeling its effects today and we have been for a while now. With the recent heat waves putting the effects […]

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Howard EcoWorks and Neighborhood Sun Increase Access to Community Solar Through Partnership

Join our Zoom Meeting on January 19th at 7pm to learn more about Community Solar by registering for free here.

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Clean Energy. Clean Water. Thriving Communities.

Neighborhood Sun partnered with Blue Water Baltimore to share an impactful clean energy opportunity for community members in the B.G.E. area.

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Neighborhood Sun’s Founder Was Advocating For Baltimore Clean Energy Policy Since Way Before Community Solar Even Existed​

Neighborhood Sun C.E.O. and Founder, Gary Skulnik, Writes About His Personal History With Clean Energy Policy in Baltimore, Maryland

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Montgomery County Housing Opportunities Commission and Neighborhood Sun Partner to Make Renewable Energy Accessible to Low- and Moderate-Income Residents Through Community Solar​

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.

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