An Eastern Shore farming family is frustrated to find that its solar project is at the mercy of the local utility and grid operator.
The state law seeks to avoid blackouts and other grid problems when its marijuana law takes effect Jan. 1.
The organizer of a recent solar training program reunited participants for the projects at a Yogaville horse stable.
A federal grant is helping the farming entrepreneur devise a shading system for cattle that incorporate solar panels.
State regulators have received more than 100 applications from developers seeking to qualify under the policy.