Learn about solar energy, its benefits and how the solar co-op works!
Also learn how to take advantage of the 30% tax credit offered in the Inflation Reduction Act.
SOLAR INFO SESSIONS
Neighbors across Hamilton County are invited to join the co-op to go solar together and save money. The co-op makes it easy to go solar at a good price with a vetted installer!
The solar co-op is offered through Solar United Neighbors of Indiana (SUN) in partnership with local nonprofits Carmel Green Initiative and Westfield Green Together and with support from the City of Carmel, City of Fishers, City of Noblesville, City of Westfield, Hamilton County Board of Commissioners and Solarize Indiana.
It’s free to join, and there’s no obligation. You can opt out at any time. Joining isn’t a binding commitment to go solar with the group, however we ask that you’re fairly certain you want to pursue a solar installation for your property. We’ll use the information you provide to pre-assess the suitability of solar for your site and to contact you about next steps for the solar co-op.
THIS IS AN EXCITING TIME TO GO SOLAR
SOLAR IS GROWING
SOLAR IS GROWING
IN HAMILTON COUNTY
2017-2020 SOLAR CAMPAIGN RESULTS
Find Solar-friendly Neighborhoods in Hamilton County:
How to Spot a Solar Scam:
Watch out for misleading online advertising and door-to-door sales tactics. While there are many fantastic solar installers in Indiana offering a range of products, services, and pricing, there have been reports of misleading, high-pressure sales tactics that often leave consumers in a bad position and give the industry a bad name. Check the Better Business Bureau. Read more.
Schools, Businesses, Churches & Municipalities:
Schools, businesses, churches and municipalities are going solar because it makes financial sense!