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DC Green Bank Ward 8 Virtual Community Meeting

July 6, 2022

DC Green Bank is hosting a public virtual event exclusively for Ward 8 – political leaders and staff, residents, small and large businesses, developers, contractors, property owners, homeowners and community associations,community-serving organizations and all who make Ward 8 a special place to live. We believe it is important to have…

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D.C.′s Solar for All Program Just Installed Its First Solar Shingles

June 30, 2022

By Aysha Khan, Next City Washington, D.C. just finished installing its first solar shingle project through the district’s Solar for All program for low-income residents. The new installation at Rock Creek Ford is one of nearly 200 community solar installations underway as part of Solar for All, a Department of…

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‘Dragonscale’ Solar Shingles Will Power DC Community Solar Project

June 29, 2022

By K Kaufmann, RTO Insider WASHINGTON — The “dragonscale” solar shingles that are powering Google’s (NASDAQ:GOOGL) massive eco-friendly campus in California’s Silicon Valley will soon also be pumping out electrons from the much smaller rooftop of a multifamily building in D.C., while cutting electric bills in half for about a…

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DC Green Bank and Latino Economic Development Center (LEDC) Announce a $1,000,000 Joint Venture to Deliver Clean Energy and Energy Efficiency Projects Across the District

June 23, 2022

DC Green Bank and the Latino Economic Development Center (LEDC) today announced the closing of an innovative $1,000,000 joint venture to support the delivery of dozens of new solar installations and energy efficiency retrofits for small businesses and community-serving organizations across Wards 5, 7, and 8. Community borrowers can apply…

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Investing in Our Future – A Note from Brandi Colander, DCGB Board Chair

May 23, 2022

Just this past week, the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) released their State of the Global Climate report. The news was sobering as to be expected. The report found that in 2021, the world broke records for greenhouse gas concentrations, and our oceans are warmer and more acidic than ever. Today…

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DC Green Bank Commits $7.5M to Residential Solar Projects

May 20, 2022

By Keith Loria, Commercial Observer During Infrastructure Week in Washington, D.C., this week, Mayor Muriel Bowser announced that DC Green Bank, a publicly funded bank, has committed $7.5 million to community and residential solar projects across the city. As part of its new commitments, a $7 million loan was provided…

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