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n Solar co-ops available Orange County officially launched its second solar co-op. It’s doing one for east Orange County and one for west Orange County. Residents and businesses who live in municipalities can participate. The first solar co-op was the largest and most successful in Florida. Southwest resident and Orange County Mayor Teresa Jacobs was one of the residents who joined the solar co-op. Solar power supports Mayor Jacobs’ goals in her Sustainability Initiative, “Our Home Life,” which seeks to reduce barriers to alternative energy and increase renewable energy production by 10 percent in 2020 and 25 percent by 2040. Solar co-ops provide bulk discounts of up to 20 percent for a group of homeowners interested in purchasing solar panels. As part of a solar co-op, each participant signs an individual contract with the group-chosen installer, and all participants benefit from the discount. All homeowners who reside in Orange County, including city jurisdictions, are eligible to participate in their respective co-op. For more information or to register, visit www.solarunitedneighbors.org/florida. n West Orange Foundation receives donation www.SouthwestOrlandoBulletin.com x February 15 — 28, 2018 x 17 NEWS & BUSINESS BRIEFS compiled by Lauren Salinero West Orange Foundation officials announced the foundation received a $10,000 donation from AT&T for the West Orange Program for Tomorrow’s Entrepreneurs through the AT&T Aspire program. The contribution is to support the six-month program that provides high school juniors with exposure to industry sectors, leadership skills development, teambuilding skills, job shadowing and business plan development, giving them a foundation of knowledge of types of businesses and careers they can pursue upon graduation. The primary mission of the WOPTE program is to raise awareness of youth regarding the west Orange County business community and all it has to offer. AT&T representatives present a $10,000 check to the West Orange Foundation for its West Orange Program for Tomorrow’s Entrepreneurs. CONTINUED ON PAGE 18 Again! third , , ,