GA Interfaith group supports solar policies

Georgia’s many faith communities honor God by making choices that protect his creation for current and future generations. For an increasing number, that means embracing solar as a clean source of the most basic commodity we consume each day: electricity. Unfortunately in some Georgia communities it’s getting harder to make this moral choice. Because local utilities feel threatened by solar’s emergence as a viable choice for their customers, some are imposing fees that penalize homes, businesses and churches for investing in solar.

Source: This is Viewpoints for Sunday, April 23, 2017 | The Telegraph

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