Unique Way for Gwinnett Property Owners to Go Solar via Group Buying Continues Apace
LAWRENCEVILLE — Solarize Gwinnett – a community-based group-purchasing program for solar
energy, battery storage and other clean-energy technologies – has landed its first contract resulting from the campaign’s initial weeks.
The program led by a coalition of local community organizations is designed to help homeowners, businesses and nonprofits in Gwinnett become more resilient and reduce their energy expenses. Saving on the cost of renewable-energy systems by obtaining volume discounts on materials and installation services is the intent of the countywide initiative. Home and business owners have a limited time to access the special prices made available through the campaign. Valuable federal tax credits are also available and can provide significant additional savings in 2023.
To make it simple for Gwinnett County residents to quickly learn more about the benefits of solar
energy as well as the group purchasing concept, community organizers are hosting a free online
information session on Thursday, June 8 at 6:30 p.m.
This virtual event will feature:
● Representatives from the coalition that created Solarize Gwinnett;
● Experts in solar energy, including the locally-selected installer firm chosen via competitive
bidding, Better Tomorrow Solar;
● Information about the benefits of solar energy and battery storage and buying via Solarize
● Incentives available as well as warranties and technologies involved;
● How to easily enroll for a free solar-energy assessment of your residence or place of
To register for this free session, please visit here.
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April 16, 2023
After Success in 2022, New Opportunity To Enroll in Unique Discount Solar Energy Campaign
Building on the impact and success of its 2022 Solarize campaign, the Triangle Sustainability Partnership, a local government coalition, again will offer an opportunity for local residents and businesses to purchase solar energy at discounted group rates in 2023.The first Solarize the Triangle program – a group buying campaign conducted last year across 11communities – set a national record as the largest Solarize program in the country with 1,500 people signing up for free evaluations in a single campaign. More than 180 home and business owners ultimately signed contracts to purchase renewable energy systems for their properties through the program, yielding 2.4 million kWh of annual energy production, more than $300,000 in annual utility bill savings, and nearly $6 million in new clean energy development locally.
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Local Coalition Selects Installer Through Competitive Bidding; Opportunity for Gwinnett Property Owners To Buy Solar with Unique Group-Purchasing Discount
LAWRENCEVILLE — A newly formed local renewable energy coalition is launching a unique Gwinnett-focused community campaign that seeks to make solar energy more affordable and easier to buy for homeowners, businesses and nonprofits located in the county.
Solarize Gwinnett is a community-based group-purchasing program for solar energy, battery storage and other clean-energy technologies. This public campaign is aimed at helping homeowners, businesses and nonprofits in Gwinnett become more resilient, reduce energy expenses, and save on the cost of renewable-energy systems by obtaining volume discounts on materials and installation services.
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New Local Coalition Selects Installer Partner Via Competitive Bidding; Free Signups for Group-Buying Discounts Under Way
TULSA — A newly formed coalition of local organizations is set to publicly launch Solarize Green Country, a unique community-based campaign that makes solar energy and battery storage more affordable for homeowners, businesses and nonprofits in Green Country.
Solarize Green Country offers an opportunity to install solar energy infrastructure at your home or business at discount prices achievable through bulk buying along with others in the eight-county region. The more purchasers, the lower the total price is reduced for an installed renewable energy system.
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Nov. 7, 2022
Two FREE “Solar Socials” Upcoming in Cary and Raleigh!
With less than two months remaining to sign up for a free assessment, Solarize the Triangle – the community-based group-buying program developed by 11 local governments in the Region – has reached another milestone in its unique pricing tiers.
Based on commitments from homeowners to add new renewable energy systems to their properties, the more residents and business owners who contract for solar installations through the Solarize program, the more savings accrue for all participants.
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Free Signup Deadline is Oct. 31; Coalition Also Advances New Income-Qualified Program
Oct. 31 is the deadline for local residents and commercial building owners to enroll for a free evaluation under the Solarize Kansas City campaign, which offers group purchasing on solar energy and battery storage to all Kansas City-metro area residents and businesses.
Since May, more than 575 residents have enrolled for an evaluation to advance toward potentially owning a system through this community discount program.
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.
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.
Federal tax credit increases to 30 Percent;
Free solar social set for Aug. 24 to highlight community-led bulk purchasing opportunity
Solarize KC, a unique community-led program that makes solar energy and battery storage more affordable to local participants through group purchasing, has gained further momentum this summer, reaching its 6th of 8 progressively lower price tiers.
Solarize KC offers an opportunity to install solar energy infrastructure at your home or business at discount prices achievable through bulk buying along with others in Kansas City. The more purchases that occur, the lower the total price of an installed renewable energy system for each buyer.