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Nonprofit working with Solar Holler to make solar panels more affordable for co-op members


HUNTINGTON — Nonprofit group Solar United Neighbors (SUN) announced Tuesday the selection of Huntington-based Solar Holler to serve members of the Southeast West Virginia Solar Co-op.

SUN said in a news release that co-op members are working together to install solar on their homes and the group is accepting new members through March 31. The co-op is free to join and open to homeowners and business owners in Fayette, Greenbrier, Nicholas, Raleigh, Summers and southern Pocahontas counties.

“If you’ve ever thought about going solar, now’s your chance,” Autumn Long, West Virginia program director for SUN, said in the release. “We’re excited to be back and be working alongside a strong slate of local partner organizations, businesses and elected officials. We look forward to educating more West Virginians about the benefits of solar and helping them go solar on their homes, businesses and institutions.”

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