Nearly 10 years ago in California, an assembly bill (AB327) was enacted to direct the California Public Utilities Commission to develop alternatives designed to increase the adoption of renewable generation in disadvantaged communities (DACs).
Almost 5 years later, they came up with three programs to increase access to solar for residents of disadvantaged communities. The three programs that were created are the Disadvantaged Communities – Single-family Solar Homes (DAC-SASH), Disadvantaged Communities – Green Tariff (DAC-GT), and Community Solar Green Tariff (CS-GT).
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Source: Clean Technica
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