Solar Panels Now Allowed in New Orleans Historic French Quarter?


New Orleans City Council voted to allow a resident in the french quarter to install solar panels. What this means to owners facing similar opposition, and the solar movement in New Orleans.

Last week, the New Orleans City Council voted to approve the installation of solar panels on a home in the city's historic French Quarter. This would seem to be no-brainer for the city, which is one of America's 20 Solar Cities and has pushed solar energy with tax credits and other programs, but it was only allowed after some controversy.

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