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Why Solar Parks Are in Desperate Need of Good Publicity

Scout Land Consultants’ CEO, Nathan Fabrick, was invited by POWER, a news and technology outlet for the Global Energy Industry, to weigh in on the controversy and misinformation that surrounds the rather “unloved” solar industry. Despite the tax revenue that solar farms produce and the continued decrease of installation costs, communities are still experiencing a strong NIMBY (not in my backyard) movement. Fabrick highlights the need for education and local government support when considering the presence of solar in our communities.

Read the full article below to see how he addresses the NIMBY phenomenon:

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