Bush earlier this year. Landlords can then arrange to sell cheap, renewable power to their tenants.
"What if I sign an agreement with my landlord to pay $50 per month for the right to have access to his solar system?" Price said. "So now the money that would have been going to PG&E goes to the landlord."
And it's clean, free power, rather than PG&E's expensive power generated largely from nuclear and fossil fuel sources.
"This makes San Francisco the first place a tenant and a landlord can really work together to make solar power affordable," Price said. "And that in turn will help drive adoption of renewable energy."
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