Building off the momentum of the Green New Deal and the youth climate strike that saw millions of youth marching for climate solutions, clean energy organizations and advocates are sparking a national conversation about solar through the fifth annual “Solar Education Week.” Scheduled in the week leading up to Earth Day, from April 15 to 21, the week features a range of events across the country. Organized by RE-volv, the initiative is a collaboration of solar and equity advocates, including GRID Alternatives, Vote Solar, Sierra Club’s Ready for 100 campaign, The ClimateMusic Project, Solar United Neighbors and The Redford Center.

Solar Education Week aims to deepen the public’s understanding about the potential and challenges around solar, with a focus on clean energy access for all

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