A Georgia group helps states put solar panels on unused roadside land
A nonprofit called The Ray is identifying empty roadside land at interstate exits and encouraging states to put solar panels there.
Emily Jones of WABE visited the 18-mile Ray Highway in Georgia, where a solar array powers 100 homes.
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