with Hometown Energy
For the first time, non-profits and municipalities can go solar with no cost--upfront or in the future. Using Solar Holler's innovative crowd funding and financing program, all an organization needs is public support to save money with clean hometown energy.
Find out more about our award-winning crowd funding program and see how you can help repower Appalachia.
Shepherdstown Presbyterian Church
In a first of its kind project (and Solar Holler's pilot project), 100 families and businesses in Shepherdstown crowd funded a solar system for the Presbyterian Church by putting electricity savings from their water heaters to work for the Church. The 60 panel, 16.2 KW system went live in August 2014!
Bolivar-Harpers Ferry Library
The Bolivar-Harpers Ferry Library is a center of the community--and it's next door to the Middle School. Solar will not just save money, it'll be an incredible teaching tool for science classes!
Lewisburg City Hall
The "Coolest Small Town in America" wants to extend its reign as the "It" place in West Virginia. You can help power City Hall with solar in the first crowd funded municipal building in WV!
Bring solar to your holler!
We know the feeling. You've stared at your beautiful, sunny roof and wondered: are solar panels are in its future? Solar Holler is here to help non-profits and community organizations across West Virginia go solar, from an initial site review to reviewing bids to the financing. Through our innovative Solar Holler crowd funding model, solar won't cost your organization anything, or your supporters. Fill out this little form to see what could make sense for you.