Bringing low cost solar panels to your neighborhood
Solarize Anchorage brings neighbors together to purchase solar panels as a group to receive discounted rates on panels and installation. It will provide home and business owners less expensive panels by pairing group discount rates with available state and federal incentives.
The Solarize program has been widely used in the lower 48. It allows neighbors in specific geographic areas to organize for the collective purchase of solar installation. Check out the NREL guidebook if you are interested in learning more about the Solarize concept >>
Frequently Asked Questions:
Does the Solarize Anchorage program apply to Homeowners Associations?
The program is meant to benefit individual homeowners.
Can I participate in the Solarize Anchorage program if I live in a condo or duplex?
If you own your residence, including rights to the roof, this may be a possibility. Please check ownership and construction permissions.
Can more than one installer participate?
Yes, especially in instances where there is overwhelming demand for installations.
What if someone wants to purchase their panels through Solarize but wants to select their own installer?
The goal of the Solarize Anchorage program is to help both residents and installers by negotiating that relationship. Costs are driven down for consumers, and selected contractors get a guarantee of business. Buying panels and choosing a different installer would only be possible if the installer(s) selected through the Solarize program present that as an option.
Will your neighborhood be next?
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org and our team will help you design a campaign plan and start organizing your neighbors.