Baltimore Interfaith Solar Co-op

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The Baltimore Interfaith Solar Co-op is now closed to new participants. Thank you to all of you who raised your hands and said “yes” to solar!

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As featured in the Baltimore Sun, a group of interfaith congregation members formed a Baltimore Interfaith Solar Co-op to go solar together and get a discount.

(Looking for the NoVA Interfaith Solar Co-op? Click here!)

How does the co-op work?

Based on the same principal as buying in bulk, the co-op will go through the process of purchasing solar systems together. The group will select a single contractor to install systems on all of the homes, but each participant owns their own system and will sign their own contract with the chosen installer.
By going solar as a group, members will save 30% off the cost of a solar system. They’ll also have the support of the co-op throughout the process instead of having to go it alone. The co-op is being organize by Interfaith Power and Light, Community Power Network, and MD SUN and anyone located in Baltimore is welcome to join.

More Information

A recorded info meeting for those who can’t attend the meeting in person!

A recorded info meeting for those who can’t attend the meeting in person!

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Ready to go solar? Sign up here!

Sorry, but the deadline to join the Baltimore Interfaith Solar Coop has passed. Over 90 Baltimore area residents signed up before the deadline! We’re now assessing roofs and 21st Century Power Solutions, the installer the group selected, is visiting everyone’s homes to provide quotes.
However, you can sign up if you’re interested in a future solar co-op. We’ll let you know if one starts in your area.

Who is organizing this?

The co-op is being organize by Interfaith Power and LightCommunity Power Network, and MD SUN. All are welcome to join! IPL logo hi res     Untitled-2     MDSUN-Logo-Color