Urge the Council to support B22-0229 and B22-0437

These two pieces of legislation being considered by the D.C. Council are critical for expanding solar access in the District.
Solar United Neighbors Executive Director Anya Schoolman testifies in favor of solar bills at a D.C. Council hearing on December 13, 2017.

The D.C. Council is considering two bills that could help expand solar access and strengthen solar rights in the District. The Solar Cooperative Association Expansion Amendment Act of 2017 (B22-0229) would prevent Homeowner Associations and other residential groups from arbitrarily restricting solar deployment in the District. The Solar Ready Roofs and Sustainable Development Amendment Act of 2017 (B22-0437) would create new requirements to encourage rooftop solar deployment on new development and buildings undergoing “substantial” renovation. Solar United Neighbors of D.C. testified in support of both bills at a December 2017 Council hearing, but the Council has yet to move forward on either bill.

We need your help to urge the D.C. Council to pass these vital pieces of legislation to strengthen our solar market. Share this action with your family and friends on social media to grow our army of solar supporters in the District.

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