Solar for Good program expands funding

Wisconsin’s Solar for Good grant program announced it will issue another round of grants for nonprofits in the state looking to install solar energy systems. The program will give out approximately $200,000 in funding and material donations to organizations to help reduce the upfront costs of installing solar. RENEW Wisconsin, a Madison-based, statewide renewable energy advocacy organization, administers the Solar for Good program through funding provided by the Couillard Solar Foundation. The foundation provides grant recipients with up to 50% of the solar panels needed for their projects.