The expansion of community solar power in America took a significant leap forward last fall when the city council of the nation’s capital voted unanimously to bring “virtual net-metering” to residents of Washington, D.C. This approach is a crucial component of community solar, by which entire communities—not just individuals—build and benefit from solar power. To put this in context, about 75 percent of Americans who want solar power can’t
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