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       * "​[Sharing Insights of Our Experience with Pay As You Save® (PAYS®)](http://​roanokeelectric.com/​content/​PAYS)."​       * "​[Sharing Insights of Our Experience with Pay As You Save® (PAYS®)](http://​roanokeelectric.com/​content/​PAYS)."​
     * Williams, Grant. "​[Community Power: Fighting to Remain in Rural America II](http://​colabradio.mit.edu/​community-power-fighting-to-remain-in-rural-america-ii/​)."​ November 8, 2016.     * Williams, Grant. "​[Community Power: Fighting to Remain in Rural America II](http://​colabradio.mit.edu/​community-power-fighting-to-remain-in-rural-america-ii/​)."​ November 8, 2016.
 +  * [REC Democracy Project](https://​recdemocracyproject.org) - "Our mission is to help rural communities restore democratic control of their utility cooperatives. ​ We work with local partners and co-op members on innovative strategies to build community capital for sustainable economic growth and empowerment"​
   * [Rocky Mountain Institute'​s Shine community solar initiative](http://​www.rmi.org/​shine_community_solar) - "​focuses on unlocking a “sweet spot” in the U.S. clean-energy market: community-scale solar. Shine is developing innovative community-scale solar pilot projects—leveraging economies of scale, standardizing system design, developing business models that allow low-income customers to participate,​ and other levers—to make solar energy affordable and accessible for all"   * [Rocky Mountain Institute'​s Shine community solar initiative](http://​www.rmi.org/​shine_community_solar) - "​focuses on unlocking a “sweet spot” in the U.S. clean-energy market: community-scale solar. Shine is developing innovative community-scale solar pilot projects—leveraging economies of scale, standardizing system design, developing business models that allow low-income customers to participate,​ and other levers—to make solar energy affordable and accessible for all"
     * Rocky Mountain Institute. "​[Rocky Mountain Institute Issues Request for Proposals to Bring Solar Power to Eastern Colorado](http://​www.prweb.com/​releases/​2017/​03/​prweb14146212.htm)."​ _PR Web_. March 14, 2017.     * Rocky Mountain Institute. "​[Rocky Mountain Institute Issues Request for Proposals to Bring Solar Power to Eastern Colorado](http://​www.prweb.com/​releases/​2017/​03/​prweb14146212.htm)."​ _PR Web_. March 14, 2017.