Community members learn solar energy options during seminar at Bel Air church

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Via David Anderson at the Capital Gazette 

Neighborhood Sun provides memberships, through which Maryland residents can pay for a block of solar energy — a “fixed amount” per kilowatt hour — produced at a Maryland-based facility. The energy is sent to electric grids and provided to customers through utilities such as BGE, and customers can earn credits for using solar power, according to the company’s website, https://neighborhoodsun.solar.

“It’s really a win for the planet, a win for climate and it’s a win for your pocketbook,” said Tracey Waite, president of Harford County Climate Action and a Neighborhood Sun member. (Read more…)

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