Guest Host: Dan Reed

A community solar program in Maryland will allow anyone — whether they are renters, owners, or shade-dwellers — to power their homes with solar energy.

The purpose of the program is to reach customers who want to make the switch from fossil fuels, but may not be able to afford it. Solar enthusiasts hope it will expand the demand for green alternatives, but land conservationists worry about the spaces being eyed for solar development.


  • Gary Skulnik CEO, Neighborhood Sun; @NeighborhoodSun
  • Corey Ramsden Vice President for Go-Solar, Solar United Neighbors; @Power4theFuture
  • Teresa Moore Executive Director, Valleys Planning Council
  • Brandon Bowles Manager of Smart Grid Programs, Pepco; @PepcoConnect

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