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CROWNPOINT, N.M., Aug. 29, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — SunShare Management, LLC (“SunShare”), a leading community solar subscriber acquisition and management company, is proud to announce its significant contributions toward energy sovereignty, workforce development, and advocacy in the Navajo Nation and 19 Pueblo Tribes of New Mexico. SunShare has been chosen as the Subscriber Organization and Project Developer for six awards under New Mexico’s new community solar program, totaling 30 megawatts AC of community solar gardens across the state. The company is working with New Mexico thermal storage developer CSolPower, and the state’s Tribal Nations and Pueblos, to invest in sustainable energy initiatives.

SunShare’s commitment to sustainability goes beyond clean energy production; it extends to enhancing the lives of the communities it serves. In alignment with this ethos, SunShare is delighted to announce its generous donations to two noteworthy organizations.

“We are excited to join hands with the Navajo Nation and our partners to celebrate the intersection of renewable energy and community empowerment,” said David Amster-Olszewski, CEO and Founder of SunShare. “Our collaborations with Navajo Technical University and the Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women exemplify our commitment to creating a sustainable, inclusive future.”

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