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WASHINGTON DC 06.15.2017

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Paula Crowley -- Anchor Health Properties
Gill Wylie -- Johns Hopkins Medical Management Corporation
Charles Weinstein -- ​Children's National Medical Center
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We always knew that sunlight was free, but the Atlanta  Community Food Bank has found a way to get solar panels installed free as well. (For those of you who've been paying for sunlight, consider this double good news.)
 
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James Marlow, CEO of Radiance Solar (right) discussed the solar array his company installed on the roof of the food bank's Midtown HQ with a group that included State Rep. Don Parsons. Overall, it's 174 panels (developed by Norcross-based Suniva) producing 58,000 kWh of energy every year. Radiance Solar was able to install the array at  no cost through a renewable energy grant from the Georgia Environmental Finance Authority. We're uncertain if the solar array can also double as a warming lamp for ready-to-eat meals.