Solarize OKC Reaches Final Three Days for Residents to Qualify for Savings on Solar Energy, Battery Storage

Posted by: Ken Haldin

Updated (Sept 30, 2022) number of contracts (118) and new clean energy capacity (1,018kW)

Free Signup Deadline is Friday, Sept. 30

OKLAHOMA CITY — This Friday, Sept. 30, is the deadline for local residents and commercial building owners to enroll for a free evaluation via the Solarize OKC campaign, which offers group purchasing on solar energy and battery storage to Oklahoma City property owners.

Enrollment is simply to sign up for a free, no-obligation evaluation of your residence or business for a potential renewable energy system.

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Solarize KC Momentum Continues With Increased Affordability and Ways to Learn More About Residential Solar Energy

Posted by: Ken Haldin

Federal Tax Incentives, Financing Topics of Free Sept. 21 Virtual Workshop

Solarize Kansas City, the time-limited community-led program that makes solar energy and battery storage more affordable, is helping local property owners this month receive more information about renewable energy costs.

The campaign – based upon a unique community group-purchasing model – recently reached its eighth and final progressively lower-price tier since its launch earlier this year. In addition, the newly passed Inflation Reduction Act means that federal tax credits have increased to 30 percent in savings for newly installed solar energy systems and batteries.


Solarize OKC Exceeds 800kW Milestone With 100+ Contracts for Solar Installations from Local Homeowners

Posted by: Ken Haldin

Free Financing Workshop Set for Sept. 27 to Feature Update on Increased Federal Tax Credit; Solarize Open House Set for Sept. 24

OKLAHOMA CITY — The Solarize OKC campaign reached another new milestone – more than three-quarters of a megawatt of solar power installations under contract through the community group-buying program. 

Since the campaign’s launch in May, more than 100 homeowners have completed contracts, which will result in new clean energy solar capacity  of more than 850 in total kW of solar power. Once these systems are fully installed and operational, more than 1.47 million lbs. of carbon emissions will be avoided annually in Oklahoma City. This is the equivalent of 250 full size pickup trucks worth of greenhouse emissions taken out of the air.

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