Maryland Episcopal Environmental Partners are investigating Power52 Solar Farms as an option for diocese and parishes.

Jim Truby (co-Chair) and Laurel Peltier (Green Laurel) of the Maryland Episcopal Environmental Partners have been working on a proposal to bring locally grown solar power from the solar  farm to a subset of churches and schools the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland.  Read about Power52’s outstanding large scale solar farm operations, as well as their job training programs helping at-risk job seekers secure certification and jobs in the clean energy sector, in Green Laurel’s Fishbowl article from November 2017.

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