Congratulations to MEDA’s very own MD SUN (Maryland Solar United Neighborhoods), recently rebranded as Solar United Neighbors of Maryland! The agenda of the Solar United Neighbors remains unchanged: they defend net metering, educate homeowners about how solar works with electric vehicles and energy storage, fight utilities’ increases in fixed charges, combat restrictions on rooftop systems by homeowners associations, and advocate for solar tax incentives at the both the state and local levels. “Our program requires homeowners that either have solar or want solar to be excited about being part of a national organization that represents their interests,” said founder Anya Schoolman, who started the organizations’ predecessor, the Community Power Network, out of her home in Washington, D.C.
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