Pennsylvania gets $156 million to boost solar projects in low income, polluted communities

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“Pennsylvania, which lags behind most states in deploying solar energy, is getting $156 million in federal aid to put solar panels on more than 14,000 residential homes in low-income and polluted communities, in both urban and rural areas. The money is part of $7 billion in grant awards, announced by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Earth Day in April, that will be shared among states under the Solar for All program created by the Biden administration’s Inflation Reduction Act.”

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