The Department of Energy Resources (DOER) is asking for your opinion on how best to site future solar projects by November 18. This survey is your chance to encourage the state to prioritize grid-scale solar projects in already developed areas (like landfills, brownfields, and in highway cloverleafs) so we can protect our existing forests, farmlands, and wildlife habitat, which offer their own climate resilience strategies. A solar siting analysis by DOER found that almost 8,000 acres of forest and farmland were developed for ground-mounted solar between 2010-2019. Use your voice to change that pattern.

Take Survey