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Minnesota-Vermont partnership will offer solar to low-income families
by Demetria Lee
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4 January 2019
On 4 January 2019 Energy News Network reported:
When a Minnesota nonprofit partnered with the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe to build a community solar array in 2017, they believed their model could scale nationally. That theory is being tested as the Rural Renewable Energy Alliance travels east to Vermont's Windsor and Windham counties where they are working with Southeastern Vermont Community Action to provide solar power to 50 low-income households.
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... In Vermont, one-fifth of residents experience fuel poverty, meaning they spend more than 10 percent of their income on energy.
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