SHENANDOAH JUNCTION, W.Va. - In her size-9 flip-flops or Birkenstocks, Joy Bridy doesn't leave huge tracks, but she wants her carbon footprint to be tiny.
The Jefferson County potter is part of a pilot program between Etsy, the selling platform for handmade items, and Geostellar, a solar company based in Martinsburg, W.Va. After more than a year of seeking grants and talks with the two companies, 17 solar panels were installed on the roof of her studio Aug. 18 and 19.
David Levine, chief executive officer of Geostellar, estimated that Bridy will save $10,500 on her electric bills over the...
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