Solar Co-op installer selected!

August 5, 2019
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The LOWEST BID ever!!! 

The Montgomery County Solar Co-op is excited to announce that Solar Energy World has been officially selected as the co-op’s installer. The co-op used a competitive bidding process to solicit bids from area installers. A selection committee made up of co-op participants then met to review the proposals and select the winning bid. The selected installer was chosen for their competitive pricing, equipment, and warranty offerings. This is the LOWEST BID that Solar United Neighbors has ever seen which means you should join the co-op before September 6, 2019 !!

About Solar Energy World

Solar Energy World is headquartered in Elkridge, Maryland and is a leading provider and installer of solar panel systems for residential and commercial property owners in Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Florida and Washington DC. Every day, they give homeowners the power to reduce their dependence on dirty energy to foster financial and environmental security for their children and grandchildren. With thousands of solar panel system installations since our founding in 2009, Solar Energy World is the fastest-growing, independently owned and operated solar company in our region.

Solar Power World, the industry’s leading source for solar technology, development and installation news, ranked Solar Energy World as number one in solar panel installations in Maryland and #117 for all of North America on their Top 500 North American Solar Contractors List in 2018.

Join the Co-op TODAY!

Why is it important to join the solar co-op today? Here are a few of the most important reasons:

  1. PRICE: The price you will pay with the solar co-op is better than any price you will get on your own. The pricing is only available during the time of this co-op which will stop taking applications on September 6, 2019. After this date, the co-op will close and new members will not be able to participate.
  2. EXPERTISE: Solar United Neighbors provides unbiased, installer-neutral support through each stage of the process of going solar. Their experienced team ensures you understand how solar works, how it can be financed, and how it can be installed on your home.
  3. TAX CREDITS: The federal solar tax credit, also known as the investment tax credit (ITC), allows you to deduct 30 percent of the cost of installing a solar energy system from your federal taxes. This tax credit will decrease next year so you want to take advantage of it NOW.

To join the co-op, fill out THIS FORM before September 6th. It doesn’t cost a thing to join the co-op, and there no commitment to participate when you sign-up, but the information and assistance you receive is invaluable.



4 comments on "Solar Co-op installer selected!"

  1. Helga Luest says:

    I have solar panels, so I’m not interested in this for myself, but I do have a YouTube channel called Give A Shift that focuses on small action items people can take to address climate change and I’m interested in doing an episode that highlights green options like this. Can you please tell me your rate per kilowatt hour and what states your program operates in?

    If there’s a representative from your company that would like to be in the video, I would welcome that as well.

    Thank you and best wishes, Helga Luest

  2. Larissa Johnson says:

    Helga,

    Your YouTube show sounds amazing! Please contact Solar United Neighbors for more information about the co-op. You can find them here: https://www.solarunitedneighbors.org/co-ops/maryland/montgomery-county-solar-co-op-2/

    Thank you for reading our post!

  3. Mike Fandey says:

    This post says, “This is the LOWEST BID that Solar United Neighbors has ever seen which means you should join the co-op before September 6, 2019 !!” and further down it says, “The pricing is only available during the time of this co-op which will stop taking applications on July 31st.” So are you still taking applications?

    1. Lindsey Shaw says:

      Thank you for your comment and eagle eyes, Mike! Yes, applications are still being accepted – The deadline has been extended until September 6th, and we’ve just updated this blog post to reflect the new deadline date. Thanks again for calling our attention to our oversight 🙂

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