In an effort to “encourage solar energy” in the city of Montgomery, the city is “suspending fees for solar panel construction” for several months, reports. Montgomery City Council “unanimously approved a moratorium on the collection of building and zoning fees for solar installations from July 1 to Dec. 31 with a cap of $1,000,” according to the article. Councilman Craig Margolis said, “[s]ince we are great stewards of the environment, we are encouraging any type of solar collection methods on roofs.” He added that the Greater Cincinnati Energy Alliance partnered with the city of Cincinnati to create Solarize Cincinnati, a program that “allows any property in Hamilton County to get a free solar assessment (for more, see our October 8, 2015 blog post).” For more, read the full article.