Solar = Energy Equity Solution

Originally published on ilsr.org. For over 100 years, the American economy has been fueled by enormous expansion of fossil fuel energy. It has emitted a disproportionate share of its environmental impact (too much) and economic rewards (too few) on those less fortunate. More than any 21st century energy source, solar … [continued]

Green Houses for the Poor

Green-energy housing is showing up in many cities across the United States. Cities are building green apartment complexes for low-income families in which these apartments save around 30 percent more money on facilities than other comparably-sized apartments.

Solar Program for the Poor

One of the simple facts about solar energy is that shouldn’t just be for those who can afford the upfront costs of installing a system, right? I sure don’t think so. Apparently, some folks in California and Morgan Stanley agree with me and are making it available to low-income residents of … [continued]