A group of interfaith congregation members are forming the Northern Virginia Interfaith Solar Co-op to go solar together and get a discount. If you’ve ever wanted to go solar, now is your chance!
(Looking for the Baltimore Interfaith Co-op? Click here!)
How does the co-op work?
By going solar as a group, members will save 30% off the cost of a solar system. They’ll also have the support of the co-op throughout the process instead of having to go it alone. This buying group is being sponsored by Interfaith Power & Light, the All Dulles Area Muslim Society (ADAMS), Temple Rodef Shalom, and the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Fairfax, and welcomes any Northern Virginia homeowner to participate.
- Info sheet and sample finances for co-op members
- Virginia Solar Renewable Energy Credit (SREC) Info Sheet
- Financing options with Admirals Bank
- Information about ground-mounted solar panels
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Ready to go solar? Sign up here!
Sorry, but the deadline to join the Nova Interfaith Solar Co-op has passed. Over 100 residents of Northern VA signed up before the deadline! We’re now assessing roofs, and the installer the group selected, EDGE Energy, is visiting everyone’s homes to provide quotes.
However, you can sign up if you’re interested in a future solar co-op. We’ll let you know if one starts in your area.