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This Company Is Bringing Solar Power To Low-Income Communities In California

By Koty Neelis

The state of California has been taking a lead in cutting greenhouse gases and combating climate change, announcing a series of new initiatives and plans over the last several months including everything from requiring 100% clean energy sources by 2045 to becoming the first state to restrict the use of plastic straws in restaurants.

As California prepares to make changes towards becoming more sustainable it considers how its policy changes enforcing renewable energy standards will impact its residents. One company is making things easier to switch to green energy by bringing 100 megawatts of rooftop solar to low-income housing developments. 

Sunrun, the nation's largest dedicated residential solar, storage and energy services company, is based in San Francisco and aims to offer solar plans and battery storage products to meet just about any need and lifestyle.