Could the ‘Shared Solar’ movement work in shady Connecticut?

Apr 14th, 2014 | By | Category: Energy

Shared solar, also known as community solar, is essentially a virtual solar system. Instead of panels on a roof going directly to that house, a large solar field would be installed where there’s room. Homeowners could subscribe to it, and the local utility would credit them for the solar, even though the actual electrons go into the grid.

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