A new three-month program aims to make the installation of solar panels at homes and businesses more affordable and accessible throughout the city.
Renew Boston Solarize, a group buying program, will fit into the city's Greenovate Boston initiative, which strives to engage residents and businesses in helping reduce Boston’s carbon footprint.
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According to officials, the more people who sign up for solar installation, the more prices will drop.
The campaign is similar to Boston’s participation last year in Solarize Mass – Boston, through which more than 100 Boston residents, including Mayor Thomas M. Menino, installed solar panels on their homes.
This year, Menino has set a goal of 150 new residential-scale solar power installations.
Starting in September, free Solar 201 workshops will be held in neighborhoods across the city.