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Parakeets and lovebirds were chirping in Marta Patricia Martinez’s front yard as a crew of solar installers climbed onto her roof.
It was a warm summer afternoon in Watts, a predominantly Latino and Black neighborhood in South Los Angeles. Low-income families faced the specter of punishingly high energy bills if they cranked up the air conditioning.
For Martinez, solar panels offered an almost-too-good-to-be-true solution.
Interview conducted by Valery Holguin Blog written by Jannet Cordova | Home improvements can be...Read more