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27 Firms to Lead Solar Surge

Affordable housing developers and service providers have committed to installing more than 150 megawatts of on-site renewable energy. Read more

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Using Energy Credits

Incorporating solar panels at housing tax credit properties offers many valuable benefits Read more

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Solar Makes Sense

Developers could learn a lot from communities like Franklin Hill in Dorchester, Mass. Local affordable housing developer Trinity Financial and the Boston Housing Authority are planning to install an array of solar panels with a cost of more than $1 million on Franklin Hill's 152-unit second phase, which is under construction. Read more

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Deeper In Debt - In a Good Way

LAFAYETTE, COLO. Nothing says “green building” like $1 million in solar panels. It’s impossible to miss the panels at Eagle Place Townhomes. Read more

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Ambitious Green Projects Focus on Basics

The gleaming new solar panels on Trolley Square send a clear message to passers-by that this new affordable mid-rise project is a green building designed to use less energy than conventional construction. Read more

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