The cities of Austin and Boulder are two of 14 American cities to achieve gold status under the DOE SolSmart program. It is designed to reduce administrative red tape and lower installation costs for rooftop solar installations.
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This post originally appeared on ILSR’s Energy Self-Reliant States blog Going solar keeps getting cheaper, but most of the cost savings have come from less expensive solar panels. “Soft costs,” like permitting and inspections, are a rising…
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Solar permitting, obsessively onerous, is one of the biggest obstacles holding back even faster solar energy growth across the United States. Several studies have identified this, and have identified permitting as one reason why solar power is about twice as expensive in the US as in Germany. So, it’s great to hear that Palo Alto, […]