Letter to the editor: Elder has passion, expertise to be good lawmaker

As a homeowner with four solar trackers, and a commercial developer with half our energy sourced from a local solar energy farm, I’ve had the chance to see firsthand the caring and the passion Caleb Elder puts into his efforts to promote alternative energy solutions for small and large scale energy needs. Caleb’s experience with small, successful startups gives him the expertise and perspective to work effectively for small businesses throughout our region. He is committed to promoting sustainable economic development that creates good-paying jobs, while focusing on critical environmental goals such as reducing carbon emissions.
Caleb has seen appropriate regulation in Montpelier incentivize and revolutionize the Vermont solar industry over the past decade. If we want to see similar progress in the area of high-efficiency, affordable housing, for example, we need to take a similar approach.
Please join me in supporting Caleb Elder this November as he runs for a seat in the Addison-4 district (Bristol, Starksboro, Monkton and Lincoln).
Kevin Harper

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