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Guidebook to boost solar energy use in communities

22 Mar 2022

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) released the third edition of "Solar Power in Your Community," DOE's guidebook to help local governments unlock environmental and economic benefits of increased solar deployment in their communities. This latest edition contains nearly 40 case studies from around the country that show field-tested approaches to reduce solar market barriers, highlights new technologies and strategies to maximize the benefits of solar, such as combining solar with energy storage to improve resilience, and emphasizes strategies for improving the equity of solar deployment at the local level. The Solar Power in Your Community guidebook is a one-stop-shop for information about solar deployment, providing best practices, case studies, and links to resources developed by DOE, the National Laboratories, and other trusted sources.  

U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) |

Volume: 2022 March/April