The National Community Solar Partnership is a coalition of stakeholders, coming together with the aim of expanding affordable community solar access to every US household by 2025. The Partnership is led by the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) Solar Energy Technologies Office and the National Community Solar Partnership (NCSP), and stakeholders include:
Government representatives (State, Local, Tribal)
The coalition hopes to achieve its primary goal by addressing key market barriers, and the DOE will be providing technical assistance to support the easy exchange of information online.
The Partnership has identified three core goals:
Making community solar accessible to every US household by 2025
Making community solar affordable for every US household
Enabling the realization of other benefits & value streams associated with community solar installation
In order to achieve these goals, a collaborative effort will be required. This is why the Partnership has identified the following key areas of collaboration:
Inclusive community solar models enabling projects in underserved communities
Reducing energy bills for multifamily affordable housing dwellers/owners via these community solar models
Community solar models embracing utility partnerships to expand solar access in their communities
Further information regarding the National Community Solar Partnership is available online at energy.gov/community-solar. You can also download the 2 PDFs below which detail the project further.
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By Shane Croghan