Help us protect agricultural-forestal zoned land from large, industrial-scale solar developments

What is really driving industrial scale solar? Tax XXX and Green Credits from "Big Tech".

Solar waste is toxic. You thought the plastic landfills were bad; you wait for solar waste landfills.

By 2050, the International Renewable Energy Agency projects that up to 78 million metric tons of solar panels will have reached the end of their life, and that the world will be generating about 6 million metric tons of new solar e-waste annually. 

California, like many states, has a problem with a rapid influx of end-of-life solar panels, despite that a law (SB 489) passed five years ago to help facilitate collection and processing of these materials. And over 90 percent of installers do not consult with their customers on end-of-life management.

Solar Energy produces large amounts of toxic waste

Continue to explore the next section in 5 things you need to know about solar

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1. Industrial-scale solar power plants on rural land negatively impact our ecosystem and contribute to climate change - Explore

2. Industrial-scale solar development is driven by Big Tech demand and subsidized federal tax credits - Explore

Help us protect agricultural-forestry zoned land from large, industrial-scale solar developments

 Please help us by signing our petition here.

 PLEASE CONTACT US HERE TO JOIN OUR EFFORT to protect agricultural-rural land from industrial-scale solar development.  

We are a grassroots group of concerned citizens organized to promote responsible solar and other forms of renewable energy. Destruction of habitat on an industrial scale is not green.

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