This week, in honor of National Clean Energy Week, I want to express my deep appreciation to you as a subscriber to one of Groundswell's community solar projects and as a participant in DC's Solar for All program. It has been and continues to be an absolute pleasure to serve you. Groundswell's Customer Support Team now serves more than 4,000 community solar subscribers in DC, and I am continually humbled by your kindness toward our team.
In August, Groundswell, along with our friends at Pepco, the Housing Opportunities Commission of Montgomery County, the Montgomery County Green Bank, Sunlight General Capital, SunCatch Energy, and local officials celebrated the installation of solar panels at Paddington Square Apartments in Silver Spring, Maryland.
It may not feel like it yet, but soon it will be time to pull out fall sweaters and warm scarves. Cuddling up with some hot chocolate while wearing a warm sweater is one of my favorite parts of the season. Unfortunately, every fall, when we turn on the heat for the first time, our energy bills go up as we combat the chill, and if you are like me, staying warm while keeping your energy bill low is a priority.
Thank you for your environmental leadership as a Solar for All participant! By participating in Mayor Murial Bowser’s DC Solar for All program, you are saving up to $500 a year while helping to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the District.
Did you know that as a DC Solar for All subscriber you save up to $500 a year on your electricity bill? This innovative program was created by Mayor Muriel Bowser and makes it easy to save money on your monthly electricity bill while making our environment healthier and safer.
On June 24 and 29, the Justice40 Accelerator will host information sessions on how the Justice40 Accelerator can support frontline organizations who would like to tap into resources, tools and funds available through the Biden-Harris Administration Justice40 policy initiative.