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Solar for All

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Solar for All aims to bring the benefits of solar energy to 100,000 low to moderate income families in the District of Columbia. The DC Department of Energy and Environment is partnering with organizations across the District to install solar on single family homes and develop community solar projects to benefit renters and residents in multi-family buildings. All Solar for All participants should expect to see a 50% savings on their electricity bill over 15 years and can be proud to have gone solar!  In order to be eligible, residents must meet the income guidelines below.


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Solar for All Community Solar Application    |   Solar for All Single Family Application


Contact Us

For more information about Solar for All, contact the DOEE Solar for All hotline at (202) 299-5271 or [email protected].

Eligibility

Washington DC residents can participate in Solar for All single family solar or community solar options if the household income is below 80% of the area median income (AMI) threshold, as listed below.

Persons in
household
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Income
threshold
$67,950 $77,650 $87,350 $97,050 $104,850 $112,600 $120,350 $128,150

Household income amounts listed in the eligibility table are effective as of 06/28/19, but may change.
Please visit the US Dept of Housing and Urban Development website for the most up-to-date numbers.

Community Solar

Community solar provides the benefits of solar to residents who can’t install systems on their home, including renters and homeowners whose rooftops are shaded or need repairs. A community solar project is not located on the home, but offsite, and the benefiting household receives a credit on their Pepco electricity bill each month. Read more>>

How can I participate in Solar for All’s community solar projects?

Several organizations are a part of the DOEE Solar for All community solar initiative. Two programs currently have open applications. District residents interested in participating should reach out to those organizations directly using the contact information provided below.

Additionally, in late 2019, DOEE plans to open enrollment for select income-eligible District residents to benefit from new community solar projects, including a proposed project under development at Oxon Run.

Authorized Solar For All Vendors


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To verify whether a solar developer / contractor is operating a DOEE Solar for All program, please email [email protected] or call 311.

Additional Information

DOEE is working with the DC Sustainable Energy Utility Solar for All in 2019-2020. This program has the potential to save customers up to $500 per year on their electricity bills. Local solar contractors are working to install solar at no cost to income-qualified District residents. Read More>>

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