Locations

There are not currently any Solarize programs in North Carolina. When new ones begin, they will be posted here.

Visit SolarizeSC.org to learn about programs in South Carolina.

Read about a 2017 Solarize program in Indiana designed to help residents go solar before a new law takes effect reducing solar net metering payments.

If you want to go solar and there is no active Solarize program in your area, check out our Tips for Going Solar to learn how you can go ahead on your own and take advantage of the 30% Federal tax credit.

If you want to start a Solarize program in your area, feel free to contact us with questions. Here are a couple of other resources to get you started:

Past NC programs

Several organizations have sponsored Solarize programs in North Carolina since 2013. See the table below for the results of these programs and read more at the links provided here:

NC WARN programs

Solarize the Triangle (2016) (operated jointly with NextClimate)
Solarize Western Wake (2015)
Solarize Chatham (2014 and 2015)
Solarize Durham (2014 and 2015)
Solarize Triad (2015)

NextClimate programs

Solarize Carrboro, Orange County, Chapel Hill and Hillsborough, 2014-2015. Learn more here.

Other programs

Solarize Sandhills 2015 served homeowners in the South River Membership Cooperative and Duke Services areas of Eastern Cumberland County. Another Solarize Sandhills program will open up in Fall 2016. Contact: Denise Bruce, Sustainable Sandhills, Greenaction@sustainablesandhills.org, 910-726-5745.

Solarize Cabarrus 2015 was open to residents of Cabarrus County and the entire Charlotte metro area. Look for Solarize Cabarrus NC on Facebook and @SolarCabarrusNC on Twitter. For more information, email SolarizeCabarrusNC@gmail.com or call 704-877-3723.

Clean Energy for Us was a program that combined Solarize with free energy efficiency audits. In 2014 and 2015, they ran programs in Raleigh and Western North Carolina. They also partnered with NC WARN in 2015 to add energy efficiency to NC WARN’s Solarize Triad program.

Solarize Charlotte was sponsored by the Cleaner is Cheaper coalition of nonprofits in 2014.

The Blue Ridge Sustainability Institute ran Solarize Asheville in 2013 — the first Solarize program in the state.

 

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