Join the Hampton Roads Solar Co-op! Deadline is June 8, 2018
Residents and businesses in Williamsburg, Newport News, and Virginia Beach have formed a solar co-op to make going solar easier and cheaper. Co-op members use their group buying power to get a discount and work with the support of the non-profit Solar United Neighbors as they go solar. Solar United Neighbors of Virginia (previously VA SUN) brought the first Solarize program to Virginia and has helped hundreds of homeowners go solar in the Commonwealth.
In partnership with W&M Sustainability.
Next Information Session
May 17 | 7pm | James City County Library on Croaker Rd
Want to go solar? Now's your chance! Neighbors have formed the Hampton Roads Solar Co-op with the help of Solar United Neighbors of Virginia to make it easier to save money on the purchase of solar panels, while building a community of local solar supporters. Join us for an information session to learn about solar energy, as well as how the Hampton Roads Solar Co-op simplifies the process of going solar while providing a discount through its bulk purchasing power.