Tag: Solar power

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Action Alerts WVEC September 21, 2023
Join Us in Shepherdstown for a Community Solar Meeting on Sept 30
Go solar without installing panels! WVEC and partners invite you to a Community Solar meeting at Shepherd University’s Student Center on Saturday, September 30, at 4 pm. More
Issues: Solar power
Action Alerts Solar United Neighbors August 24, 2023
Urgent Action: Stop the Attack on Solar in West Virginia
Greedy monopoly utilities want to keep you in the dark. They’ve asked Public Service Commission (PSC) regulators to undermine West Virginia’s solar power. You can stop them. Tell commissioners to stop the assault on solar. Sign the petition today! More
Issues: Renewable energySolar power
Action Alerts WVEC August 8, 2023
You’re invited to a Solar Happy Hour in Wheeling on Thursday
At home watching your electric bills go up? Solar energy can help you save! Come out to Later Alligator in Wheeling on August 10th at 6:30 pm for a Solar Happy Hour hosted by Solar United Neighbors. More
Issues: EventSolar power
Newsletters WVEC July 15, 2023
GREEN, Volume 33 Issue 11
As we dive into the off-season, we want to emphasize the importance of citizen involvement. Your participation is critical to our cause. In this edition, we have exciting opportunities for you to get involved. More
Issues: Community solarOrphaned wellsPFASPipelinesSolar powerWater
Newsletter article Solar United Neighbors July 14, 2023
Join the Ohio Valley Solar Co-op!
The Ohio Valley Solar & EV Charger Co-op is officially open to new members! With the help and expertise of Solar United Neighbors, co-op members use their bulk purchasing power to get competitive pricing and high-quality solar installations. There is no cost to join and no obligation to go solar.  More
Issues: Solar power
Action Alerts Solar United Neighbors December 9, 2022
Urge January Interim Committee to Take Up Community Solar/Air Quality Public Hearing in Follansbee on Thursday
Community solar will create good local jobs, save ratepayers millions of dollars annually, and allow people who can't install solar to reap its many benefits — all while allowing West Virginians to choose where their energy comes from! More
Issues: DEPSolar power