|Building Wealth One Community At A Time|
The Southern Environmental Law Center, the Partnership for Southern Equity and the South Carolina Association for Community Economic Development worked together in researching and developing the best-practices guide for utilities to bring solar power to low- and moderate-income families.
Solar for All highlights what utilities in the Southeast can do right now to increase solar access for low-to-moderate income households in our region, drawing on examples from across country. The report urges utilities to support diverse financing options, provide well-designed community solar programs, and leverage existing funding opportunities to maximize savings for customers who could most use a break on their utility bills.Click Here for the Full Report
Your voices made the difference and thanks to you Certified CDCs and CDFIs in SC will have access to $100,000 in Community Economic Development grants via the SC Department of Commerce.
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Projects and outcomes from the Empowerment Zone and USDA Stronger Economies Together (SET) initiatives will be linked through community development theory, and participants will develop basic action plans to help them take the next steps in their own unique communities.