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Making Solar & Electrification Policies Mutually Beneficial: What Innovative Communities Are Doing Today Webinar

Many local governments are pursuing policies that support more solar and more transportation and building electrification, but relatively few have figured out how to make the policies mutually beneficial. Some communities have begun to figure out that using low-cost solar power can make electrification more cost effective and using electrified services wisely can make solar installations more valuable. This webinar provides several case studies that demonstrate what some local governments are doing now to collaborate with their utilities on programs that produce complementary benefits for solar and electrification policies.

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  • U-3a: Engage and communicate with the utility on community goals for solar PV, net metering, and interconnection processes.
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