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Arlington Solar 101: Co-op Info Session

Learn about solar energy and its benefits for your home, or small business. We’ll take you through the technology, economics, financing, and more. You’ll also learn about the solar co-op we launched. The co-op is free to join and members are *not* obligated to buy solar panels. Co-op members get: • a free review of

Capital Area Solar Co-op Info Session HOSTED by Gaithersburg

Learn about solar energy and its benefits for your home, or small business. We’ll take you through the technology, economics, financing, and more. This webinar will focus on solar leases and power purchase agreements. You’ll also learn about the solar co-op we launched. The co-op is free to join and members are *not* obligated to

Maryland Solar 101: Hosted by the City of Rockville

Learn about solar energy and its benefits for your home, or small business. We’ll take you through the technology, economics, financing, and more. This webinar will focus on solar leases and power purchase agreements. You’ll also learn about the solar co-op we launched. The co-op is free to join and members are *not* obligated to

Maryland Solar 101: Hosted by Frederick County and City of Frederick

Learn about solar energy and its benefits for your home, or small business. We’ll take you through the technology, economics, financing, and more. This webinar will focus on solar leases and power purchase agreements. You’ll also learn about the solar co-op we launched. The co-op is free to join and members are *not* obligated to

Maryland Solar 101: hosted by Frederick County and the City of Frederick

Learn about solar energy and its benefits for your home, or small business. We’ll take you through the technology, economics, financing, and more. You’ll also learn about the solar co-op we launched. The co-op is free to join and members are *not* obligated to buy solar panels. Co-op members get: • a free review of

Virginia Solar 101: Arlington Solar and EV Charger Co-op Info Session

Learn about solar energy and its benefits for your home, or small business. We’ll take you through the technology, economics, financing, and more. You’ll also learn about the solar co-op we launched. The co-op is free to join and members are *not* obligated to buy solar panels. Co-op members get: • a free review of

Join the FIRST EVER Capital Area Solar Co-op 2021

For the first time in jurisdictional history – Montgomery County is joining the town of Poolesville, cities of Bowie, Falls Church, Frederick, Gaithersburg, Rockville, Takoma Park, and Washington DC as well as Arlington and Frederick County in an effort to promote residential solar installations! Launched on April 1, 2021, this is no April’s Fool’s Joke,

Capital Area Solar Co-op Info Session with the City of Bowie

Learn about solar energy and its benefits for your home, or small business. We’ll take you through the technology, economics, financing, and more. This webinar will focus on solar leases and power purchase agreements. You’ll also learn about the solar co-op we launched. The co-op is free to join and members are *not* obligated to

Solar Co-op installer selected!

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

Solar Co-op Info-session: White Oak

Join us this year for the 3rd Montgomery County Solar Co-op. You don’t want to miss out on this opportunity to switch to clean energy, meet other residents who are also interested in investing in solar, and reduce your electricity bills tremendously! Thursday, July 11, 2019 from 6:00 – 7:30 pm: INFORMATIONAL SESSION Hosted by: Department

Solar Co-op Info-session: Takoma Park

Join us this year for the 3rd Montgomery County Solar Co-op. You don’t want to miss out on this opportunity to switch to clean energy, meet other residents who are also interested in investing in solar, and reduce your electricity bills tremendously! This year’s Solar Co-op is a collaborative effort between Montgomery County’s Department of

Solar Co-op Info-session: Gaithersburg

Join us this year for the 3rd Montgomery County Solar Co-op. You don’t want to miss out on this opportunity to switch to clean energy, meet other residents who are also interested in investing in solar, and reduce your electricity bills tremendously! Tuesday, June 4, 2019 from 6:00 – 7:00 pm: INFORMATIONAL SESSION Hosted by: City

Solar Co-op Info-session: Poolesville

Join us this year for the 3rd Montgomery County Solar Co-op. You don’t want to miss out on this opportunity to switch to clean energy, meet other residents who are also interested in investing in solar, and reduce your electricity bills tremendously! This year’s Solar Co-op is a collaborative effort between Montgomery County’s Department of
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Third time is a charm! Join the Third Countywide Solar Co-op today!

Join us this year for the 3rd Montgomery County Solar Co-op. You don’t want to miss out on this opportunity to switch to clean energy, meet other residents who are also interested in investing in solar, and reduce your electricity bills tremendously! This year’s Solar Co-op is a collaborative effort between Montgomery County’s Department of

Montgomery Solar Co-op Second Year is a Success!

Success!! Montgomery County residents participated in our second County-wide Solar Co-op this year and it was a success again! Since the inception of the program, we have had over 240 homeowners install solar on their homes! These residents all took advantage of Solar United Neighbors (SUN) Solar Co-op program. Through this process, those residents have spent
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For Rockville’s Erica Shingara, being green is a team sport

At DEP, we truly believe that our partners are key to making Montgomery County as green as it can be. This “Partners in Energy” series profiles a local leader, advocate, or trailblazer who is dedicated to improving energy efficiency and helping the county realize its goal to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 80% by the
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Want to go solar? One resident examines the options

On February 15th, 2016, fellow co-op members Thomas Wellems and Marilyn Powell (pictured in the image above) became the 27th household of the Rockville Solar Co-op to see electricity generated from the sun via rooftop solar panels powering their home. Since then 10 members have also been connected, and others are in the queue for panel installation and grid hookup.