SaveSolar have partnered with DOEE and a number of partners to develop community solar systems across Washington DC. Community solar makes it possible for you to receive solar benefits, even if you don’t own your own roof. The electricity generated from community solar systems is allocated to “subscribers” in the form of monthly electricity bill credits.
As a qualified low-income subscriber, you have the opportunity to enroll in the Solar for All program and receive the benefits of these community solar systems.
Qualified applicants will receive solar energy credits that will offset approximately 50% of their electricity bill for a period of 15 years.
If your household income is less than 80% of the average median income (AMI), or you are qualified as part of an existing Energy Assistance Program – contact SaveSolar to subscribe now!
Solar for All celebrates the successes and documents the challenges of the first two years of implementing Solar For All, Mayor Muriel Bowser’s initiative to provide 100,000 low-to-moderate income families with the benefits of locally generated clean energy. One of the most progressive solar mandates in the U.S., #DCSolarStories exhibits how the District is using innovation and the concept of equity or “equal access” to local, clean energy to slash resident’s utility burdens and protect underserved communities in the face of the changing climate.
Read more about the Solar for All program and SaveSolar here: https://doee.dc.gov/solarforall