Texas law lets developers ban solar panels while subdivisions are growing

But when Schirmer submitted an application to his homeowner association, his request was denied — despite a Texas law that bans HOAs from restricting the use of solar power.   That’s because homes in his subdivision, the Trails of Glenwood, are still being built. And the law allows builders to restrict solar-energy devices while a housing development is under construction.    Read more…….


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