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The Alliance recently published a white paper, hosted on GreenBiz, about the clear differences between Ultra Low-Carbon Solar and its coal-fired alternatives, and the reputational risks that the latter can pose to well-meaning companies who may not even know they are supporting coal-fired solar.

"Coal-Fired Solar vs. Ultra-Low Carbon Solar" is a guide for corporate buyers who are considering solar energy as a pillar of their ESG initiatives, and need to know about the threat that coal-fired solar panels present to their company. By detailing the “solar paradox,” the process of making clean energy products with the dirtiest possible energy, the white paper identifies the clear solution for corporate buyers who want to avoid potential scrutiny and accelerate their sustainability goals: Ultra Low-Carbon Solar.

Check out the full paper here.