How to get Solar from the City

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DOEE Partners with Organizations to Install Solar Panels for DC Residents

The DC Department of Energy and Environment (DOEE) is partnering with local organizations to install solar on single-family homes and develop community solar projects for renters. Through a partnership with the DC Sustainable Energy Utility, DOEE can help DC residents save up to $500 annually. The Solar for All program is designed to provide the benefits of solar energy at no cost to 100,000 low-to-moderate income families living in DC.

DC residents who own their homes can apply to have solar systems installed directly on their roofs. Residents living in apartments, condominiums or multi-family buildings can go solar through the District’s community solar program.

Residents living in the District of Columbia who pay their own electricity bill and meet the income guidelines (shown here), could qualify for free solar benefits.

Eligibility

Persons in
household
12345678910
Income
threshold
$79,700$91,100$102,500$113,850$125,250$136,650$148,050$159,400$170,800$182,200

For more information about Solar for All, contact the DOEE Solar for All hotline at (202) 299-5271, solarforall@dc.gov, or visit doee.dc.gov/node/1226501.

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This presentation will be followed by our regular monthly meeting, a short version. Join us!

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