The state’s property assessed clean energy law requires local governments to pass ordinances to establish the program.
“We want environmental justice to become part of every breath we’re taking as a movement,” the Virginia Interfaith Power & Light director says.
Virginia’s 2018 energy law requires the utility to spend $870 million on efficiency programs over the next decade.
Sun Tribe Solar worked with Charlottesville, Virginia, on a curriculum that’s opening doors to an often insular field.
Mediation and conversation among stakeholders mean the industry’s prospects in the state are brightening.