Charlottesville gas station chain makes unexpected bet on solar power

From left, David, Taylor and Gordon Sutton pose in front of a Tiger Fuel-branded semi truck.

Tiger Fuel’s acquisition of a local solar installer was announced alongside the ceremonial launch of a new Green Business Alliance, in which climate activists will help local companies cut emissions by 45% over the next five years.

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