Community solar bill moves out of California Senate Appropriations Committee

A bill to allow renters and low-income Californians to access renewable energy has passed the State Senate Appropriations Committee.

A bill to allow renters and low-income Californians to access renewable energy by subscribing to community solar projects passed the State Senate Appropriations Committee Thursday.

Assembly Bill 2316 would enable direct access to solar to people who currently don’t have any way to get it.

By getting through the appropriations committee before the deadline this week, the bill could be approved this year, rather than becoming a two-year bill.

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Source: The Business Journals

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