New England gets about 10 percent of its energy from renewable sources, and officials say more is on the way.
This week we have a series of reports taking a look at what that means for New England.
We begin in Vermont, where solar power is booming from small projects that supply a home or two, to massive, multi-acre arrays that produce enough energy to power a small town.
To understand how sun power is changing the energy market, Vermont Public Radio's John Dillon visited a small, member-owned utility.
This story is a production of the New England News Collaborative.
This segment aired on August 31, 2016.