Community members in Harrisonburg, VA are going solar together and getting a discount! This program is part of a grass roots effort in the U.S. to increase the use of solar to produce energy and to lower installation and equipment costs through a bulk purchase process.
Following our initial meeting on June 2, we already have over 90 individuals registered for the co-op . Our effort is not limited to Harrisonburg City residents; we are including residents throughout Rockingham County. Sigora Solar has been selected as the group’s installer.
Final Info Session Tuesday October 21st !
The final information session for Solarize Harrisonburg will be held at 6pm Tuesday October 21st at the Massanutten Regional Library (174 So Main St Harrisonburg, VA). Representatives from Community Power Network, Climate Action Alliance of the Valley and Sigora Solar (the installer selected by the group) will be on hand to answer questions, explain how the Solar co-op works and guide new members on how to sign up. Scroll down to the bottom of this page to join the co-op before the October 31st deadline!
How does a Solarize group 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 group throughout the process instead of having to go it alone.
- Project Overview Info Sheet with Example Financing
- VA Solar Co-ops Frequently Asked Questions
- Virginia Solar Renewable Energy Credit (SREC) Info Sheet
- Financing options with Admirals Bank
- Information about ground-mounted solar panels