Solar for Resident-Owned Manufactured Homes Communities
Wednesday, July 21, 2-3pm ET
Manufactured homes comprise over 6 percent of America’s housing stock and represent an even larger share of housing for low- and moderate-income households. In April, the Clean Energy States Alliance (CESA) released a report exploring the opportunities and challenges for bringing the benefits of solar to manufactured housing residents in fourteen states. In May, CESA hosted a webinar overview of the report and addressed questions from the audience. CESA has established a learning network for stakeholders interested in exploring the topic of using solar to power manufactured homes.
On July 21st, CESA will host a webinar for its Solar for Manufactured Homes Learning Network focused on solar for resident-owned communities (ROCs). ROCs are manufactured home communities that are structured as nonprofit cooperatives. Panelists for this webinar will share more information about ROCs, how solar can be used to benefit them, and successful examples of solar projects that serve ROCs.
- Jeannie Oliver, Staff Attorney and Professor of Law, Vermont Law School Energy Clinic
- Kevin Porter, Loan Officer, ROC USA Capital
- Wafa May Elamin, Project Manager, Clean Energy States Alliance (moderator)
There will be an opportunity for audience questions at the end of the presentation.
This event will be held via Microsoft Teams.
This event is free and open to the public, but advance registration is required. To register, email Wafa May Elamin at email@example.com. By registering, you are also agreeing to sign up for CESA’s Solar for Manufactured Homes Learning Network mailing list. Those who sign up to join this CESA solar learning network will receive information, resources, and virtual event invitations related to solar for manufactured homes.
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For more information about solar for manufactured homes, check out CESA’s recently released report Solar for Manufactured Homes: An Assessment of the Opportunities and Challenges in 14 States.
This webinar is presented as part of CESA’s Scaling Up Solar for Under-Resourced Communities Project, which is supported by an award from the US Department of Energy Solar Energy Technologies Office.