Homeowners in Chestertown have formed a new solar co-op! If you live in Chestertown, Kent, or Queen Anne Counties and are interested in going solar, click here to join this new group.
How does the co-op work?
By going solar as a group, members will typically save up to 20% 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 organized by the Town of Chestertown, Center for Environment & Society at Washington College (CES), Community Power Network (CPN), and CPN’s project MD SUN. Anyone located in Chestertown, or a neighboring community in Maryland, is welcome to join.
- Example Incentives and Financing for Co-op
- Maryland Solar Renewable Energy Credits (SRECs)
- Solar, Homeowners Associations, and Historic Districts in Maryland
Co-op in the news:
- Historic district approves solar power arrays Kent County News (November 2015)
- Interview with co-op member David Sobers WCTR-AM (July 2015)
- Solar Co-op coming to Chestertown Chestertown Spy (May 2015)
- Solar power co-op forming in area Kent County News (June 2015)
- Solar cooperative forming in Chestertown Kent County News (June 2015)
- Interview with Corey Ramsden WCTR-AM (May 2015)
Still have questions? Email us at email@example.com and mention “Chestertown” in the subject line.
Who is organizing this?
The co-op is being organized by the Community Power Network, and MD SUN with outreach support from the Town of Chestertown and the Center for Environment & Society at Washington College. All are welcome to join!