Jan 22, 2015

Elizabeth Chitty and Tung Trinh are in the solar-generated electricity business.

While their involvement in renewable energy might be small scale, they are part of a larger movement. The St. Catharines residents are bondholders in a co-op that pools money to build roof-top and small ground-mount installations to harness the power of the sun.

Chitty and Trinh are investors in SolarShare, a renewable energy co-op launched in 2011 that owns approximately $30 million in solar assets. Chitty and Trinh are among the co-op’s 750 members who have invested more than $10 million in solar projects across the province, such as the solar panel installations above the Value Village building on Ontario St. in St. Catharines.

Read the original article at the Fort Erie Times