39 Homeowners Have Taken Advantage of Solarize Chicagoland Incentives: How About You?

39 Homeowners Have Taken Advantage of Solarize Chicagoland Incentives: How About You?

The Solarize Chicaoland program is reaching benchmarks and producing savings for residential solar!

The Solarize Chicagoland group buy program is continuing to gain momentum as it surpassed its second and third goals of 150 and 250 kilowatts (kW), respectively as the 35th homeowner signed on to go solar.

And that’s good news for anyone in Kane County who’s interested in putting solar power in their home.

Offered for the first time to Chicago area property owners, Kane County has partnered with the Midwest Renewable Energy Association and the Citizens Utility Board to support the solar group purchase program.

The program has now grown to include 270 kW on 39 properties, with more contracts being signed every week.

“Remember, the more people who go solar, the lower the price for all,” said Jessica Mino, resource management coordinator for the Kane County Division of Environmental And Water Resources.

This third benchmark triggers an additional discount for everyone who goes solar through the program. The next benchmark is 500 kW.

Interested in Moving Forward?

If you’re interest in moving forward with solar power, here are the next steps:

  • Step 1: Gather your past 12 months of electricity usage,
  • Step 2: Schedule a free site-assessment with GRNE Solar, the selected installer for this program, based in Palatine, Ilinois. GRNE Solar is staffed with expert consulants, engineers, and installation teams who are dedicated to providing renewable energy solutions for each home and business owner.
  • Step 3: Examine financing and decide if you are ready to install.

Click here to sign up for a FREE, no obligation site assessment from GRNE. Once you fill out this form, GRNE will contact you to schedule an appointment.

The deadline to sign up for this program is Sept. 30, 2019.

Want To Learn More?

There are additional Solar Power Hours coming up over the next two weeks.

Solar Power Hour workshops cover solar basics, the financial implication of solar for your household, and more information about the program. If you can’t make any of those, we also have a recorded webinar available!

There is a Solar Power Hour set for 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Monday, Sept. 9 at the Batavia Library, 10 S. Batavia Ave., Batavia.

Visit SolarizeChicagoland.com to see the list and view the webinar.

The special pricing available through this program will be available to residents in Cook, DuPage, Kane, and Will counties until the program hits capacity of 150 homeowners. After the first 150 homeowners receive site assessments, the GRNE and Solarize Chicagoland will maintain a running waiting list.

SOURCE: Kane County Division of Environmental and Water Resources