Why participate in community solar?

Why participate in community solar?

Across the nation, US Solar makes it easy to minimize the hassle and maximize the benefits of solar. Why transport and burn fossil fuels when the sun is constantly replenishing our energy supply? With US Solar, your organization can save on its electric costs while reducing the need for fossil fuels with clean, renewable, solar energy. It's a bright idea for business and government.



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