Incentives coming for CT landlords to switch low-income homes to solar

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“Thousands of low-income families may soon see a reduction on their energy bill. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) awarded Connecticut $62.5 million from the federal Solar for All program to expand solar power access in low-income communities. One of the new programs funded with the federal dollars will incentivize Connecticut landlords to switch their multi-family properties over to solar power by providing necessary upgrades, according to Katie Dykes, state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) commissioner.”

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