Community Solar Projects

Maryland Clean Energy Center hosts 3rd free webinar: Community Solar Projects


Unleashing Clean Energy Investing in YOUR Community

Learn how to advance your community’s renewable energy goals and what resources are available to do so

Get answers to:

  • What makes an “Exemplary” Community Solar project?
  • Who gets the financial benefits? Who bears the risk?
  • What’s the right-sized project for YOUR community?
  • Do community renewable energy projects help “economic development”?

Join our presenter, Joseph Wiedman (see bio below), for this FREE webinar (the 3rd of 6) in the Maryland Clean Energy Center Boot Camp series designed to help your municipality and local leadership understand the ropes about Energy Assurance Plans.

Joseph Wiedman represents the Interstate Renewable Energy Council (“IREC”) a not for profit involved in state-level rulemakings on many topic areas essential to building sustainable markets for renewable energy including net metering rules, interconnection standards, and community renewables. He is also involved in IREC’s efforts to shape emerging program areas such as wholesale distributed generation market design, smart grid, and plug-in electric vehicles to ensure those programs support the continued growth of renewable energy markets. Wiedman is a partner with the law firm Keyes & Fox, LLP.

For nearly three decades, IREC, a non-profit corporation with tax-exempt status, has worked with industry, government, educators and other stakeholders to ensure that the broader use of renewable energies is possible, safe, affordable and practical.


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This is the 3rd webinar in a series of 6. After presented all will be available at the MCEC Boot Camp page.There is no obligation.