Nonprofit and Low Income Solar
It's here. You can get the benefits of solar with no money down!
Community Energy Co-ops in Boston, Worcester, Springfield, Northampton, Greenfield, Brattleboro, Binghamton and NYC are supporting the development of nonprofit and low income solar in their communities.
When someone with limited resources signs up for a community solar project, they are signing up to have credits applied to their bill and pay for them at a discount, saving 15%.
Nonprofits sign a power purchase and site hosting agreement with Co-op Power and pay less for electricity day one. They're partnering with their local Community Energy Co-op, tax equity investors, lenders, and volunteers to build a more just and sustainable community. If you have a site that can host a very large array (10kW to 2 MW), you can bring solar to people in your community too! These projects support the development of solar, good green jobs, and a strong local economy. They also support Co-op Power's mission to bring solar to limited resource communities and communities of color.
What we’re offering nonprofits:
Pay nothing upfront for the solar system on your property.
Purchase the power generated by your system and save 10% - 20% on your monthly electric bills.
Have the opportunity to continue your savings for the life of the system or to purchase the system after 5-7 years at a steeply discounted price and get the free electricity for the life of the system.
Ready to learn more about the possibilities at your site?
Email your contact info, the site address, and a copy of your electric bill to Mark Skinder - mark [at] cooppower.coop or call 877-266-7543.