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John Young • Washington, D.C.

Public-Private Partnerships for PV Ownership in Marginalized Communities

Project Description

Due to systemic factors, marginalized communities do not reap economic and social benefits of solar PV ownership. Investing in marginalized communities creates opportunities for economic growth. The project will study best practices and lessons learned from pioneering public-private partnerships for solar PV ownership in the District of Columbia and New Jersey. The final product will be a toolkit available for state governments and businesses looking to establish solar PV ownership programs to tap into the economic potential of marginalized communities.

Project Goals

The final product will be a toolkit available for state governments and businesses looking to establish solar PV ownership programs to tap into the economic potential of marginalized communities.

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