Author: MCGB Staff         Published: 10/12/2021      Montgomery County Green Bank

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On August 17, the Montgomery County Green Bank, along with partners at Groundswell, the Housing Opportunities Commission of Montgomery County, Sunlight General Capital, SunCatch Energy, Pepco, and local officials celebrated the installation of solar panels at Paddington Square Apartments in Silver Spring, MD. This project is Montgomery County’s first community solar project built to serve low- and moderate-income households by specifically setting aside subscriptions to provide more accessible and affordable options for renewable energy.On August 21, The Green Bank, alongside Montgomery College and the Community Solar at Paddington Square project development team, hosted an informational and educational event for residents and community members to learn more about community solar and job opportunities in the field.

Groundswell Subscriptions for Community Solar at Paddington Square
Groundswell subscriptions for Community Solar at Paddington Square are now available to renters and homeowners who are Pepco Maryland subscribers. Subscribers are eligible to receive solar energy produced in Maryland starting Fall 2021. Sign up today to support better solar access in Montgomery County, MD.

Topic of Discussion: The Montgomery County Green Bank is a nonprofit organization that works with private lenders and investors to increase the flow of investment to homeowners, multifamily property owners, businesses, and institutions for the installation of greener technologies that reduce energy costs, improve health, increase resilience, and lower the environmental impact of energy consumption. The Montgomery County Green Bank has a specific goal to direct a portion of its work to aid limited- and moderate-income households in accessing this financing.

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Introducing the Green Bank’s Communications and Community Engagement Manager: Tyniah McDuffie