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(Left to right) Karen Davis and Dan Reiter Fox Rothschild (Photo: Courtesy Photo) (Left to right) Karen Davis and Dan Reiter Fox Rothschild (Photo: Courtesy Photo)

Solar energy is here to stay, efficiently and reliably harnessing the sun’s energy to provide a clean, renewable source of electricity that can help power our homes and businesses. For many Pennsylvanians interested in going solar, however—whether purchasing their own system for on-site usage; hosting a third-party-owned system and purchasing the solar power through a long-term power purchase agreement; subscribing to a community solar garden; or leasing out their land to host a large-scale solar system that feeds its electrical output into the energy grid—the past decade has been somewhat frustrating. While solar markets in many other states have flourished, Pennsylvania has been left largely in the shade, with less than 1% of the commonwealth’s electricity generated by solar.

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