Go Green Lynchburg stephen Bigham

Using solar panels in Lynchburg City will help the city's ecosystem.

Solar panels in the city can cut harmful fuel emissions

Lynchburg's recent renovations make this the perfect time to add solar panels

Solar energy on Lynchburg's new houses would appeal to more buyers.
Many people believe that having solar panels on their houses is a fun new idea to help cut fuel emissions.
Clean energy will reduce the city's reliance on harmful fossil fuels.
Solar panels are a clean look for the older city


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