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We have written before about the importance of the federal section 1603 Treasury Grant Program as a means to spur further growth in solar. Well it is crunch time and if you agree with me that this is a program that needs to be continued, there are a couple of things you need to do, NOW.
The good news is that it is easy, thanks to the 1603 Coalition folks over at SEIA - here’s what you need to do:
We have railed in the past about the PR problems plaguing solar - well, here is a way for you to help counter some of that by making a little positive PR of your own. If everyone who supports solar were to take five minutes today to do these two things, we would be well on our way to getting the 1603 program extended for another year - and wouldn’t that be a swell way to ring in the New Year?
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