Hoosiers talk about how funding from renewable energy projects helped bring highspeed internet access to their communities.
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Internet Access Possible Due to Renewable Energy
Because of payments made from solar and other renewable energy projects, some rural communities are able to provide highspeed internet access in places where there is none today. This high speed access is vital as schools and businesses increasingly rely heavily on remote learning and work from home.
The Digital Divide
About 15% of Hoosiers living in areas where access to broadband is a challenge are children.
Purdue University estimates 31% of Hoosiers live in areas where inadequate Internet connectivity make remote work or e-learning a challenge.
Renewables can Help Overcome the Divide
$4,000,000 project delivering border-to-border broadband service for Randolph County residents, funded by renewable energy payments
Three county project in western Indiana delivering fiber direct-to-home for 75% of the population