Free solar panels help low-income communities in California save money and fight climate change

Vien Truong, Director of Green for All, describes how one program in California is helping those most affected by climate change: low-income communities. A portion of California’s cap-and-trade funding paid by polluters goes directly to help low-income communities on the frontlines of environmental issues. These programs can help people save money and get access to clean technologies and programs often only accessible to wealthier communities.

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