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Worcester Telegram & Gazette Features SUN Homeowners in "SUN Never Sets For Homeowners In Need"

Erin Bassler of the Worcester Telegram and Gazette spoke with Elyse Cherry and SUN homeowners Wendell and Patricia P. this week to discuss the ongoing foreclosure problem in Worcester. Wendell and Patricia came close to losing their home when their adjustible-rate mortgage raised their monthly mortgage payments to the point of unaffordability.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: SEPT. 7, 2016: Lowell Community Health Center Expands

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                                

September 7, 2016 

Lowell Community Health Center Expands
With $27 million expansion, new space adds dental and vision services to largest primary care provider in the area

BCC Solar Projects Highlighted in Clean Technica

Clean Technica reporter Jake Richardson highlights two of BCC Solar's projects in Massachusetts which, combined, will nearly double the amount of solar power associated with the Solar Carve-Out II program for affordable housing in the Commonwealth in "$10 Million For Low-Income Community Solar Projects Announced By Boston Communi

The Commonwealth Institute and Boston Globe Magazine Name BCC One of the Top 100 Women-Led Businesses in Massachusetts

Today The Commonwealth Institute, in partnership with The Globe Magazine, named

Boston Globe Highlights Innovative Partnership Between Grocery Store and Health Center to Improve Healthy Eating in a Food Desert in Brockton

On July 12th, The Boston Globe highlighted an innovative partnership between Boston Community Loan Fund borrower Vicente's Tropical Grocery and Brockton Neighborhood Health Center's newest clinic in Brockton, Massachusetts.

CommonWealth Magazine Publishes BCC Op-Ed Regarding Pending Solar Legislation

In "New Solar Legislation Goes the Wrong Way" published by CommonWealth Magazine, Elyse Cherry, DeWitt Jones and Emily Rochon recommend that Massachusetts legislators rethink House Bill 4185. The bill, which is currently under consideration on Beacon Hill, would implement "new size and eligibility restrictions" that would impede the advantages Bay State residents could see from installing solar panels. 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Boston Community Capital Celebrates Completion of Mill Street Solar Project

One megawatt solar system delivers energy savings to local organizations

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 26, 2014

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