Arizona’s first solar co-op formed

Arizona’s first solar co-op has been formed in the Phoenix area’s East Valley to save money and make going solar easier. The group was formed with the help of the non-profit Solar United Neighbors, which has launched 200 such groups. We’ll learn more about how the solar co-op will work and what the benefits will be from Bret Fanshaw, program director for Solar United Neighbors of Arizona.

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