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
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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.
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.
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Wicked Local Carver highlights how SUN helped the Freitas family maintain stability, despite a triple diagnosis of MELAS in the family. Katherine Gallerani speaks with the Freitases in "Fight against MELAS wrought with financial, emotional challenges for Freitas Family."
Boston Community Capital’s foreclosure initiative was featured in the November issue of Boston Magazine. Written by Catherine Elton, the article, “Foreclose This! Boston Homeowners Fight Back,” tells the story of homeowners who are fighting back against the banks in an effort to keep their homes. Elton explains how Drusilla Francis was in danger of losing her home to foreclosure until the “sword-and-shield alliance” of City Life, Harvard Legal Aid Bureau, and Boston Community Capital stepped in to save her home.