Are you interested in going solar with group discounts?
If enough of your friends and neighbors want to go solar too, it’s a great way to bring the costs down for everyone. A solar collaborative is about neighbors going solar together, creating an efficiency of scale that delivers even more savings. Solar Holler will bundle installations to reduce costs – and return those savings to you through the group discount.
We’ve worked with community partners in counties across West Virginia from Monongalia, Cabell, Wayne, Greenbrier, Monroe, Nicholas, and more – to help friends and neighbors band together to go solar with group savings. We know there is more sunshine to capture in more neighborhoods across our region. We’d love to chat with you to determine if your community could benefit from a solar collaborative.
What makes a community a good fit for a solar collaborative?
We’ll need a community organization to partner with – this could be your homeowners association, a neighborhood betterment association, your town council, parishioners in your place of worship, a club you belong to, your softball league, etc…
Are you already a Solar Holler customer? Share your solar experience with the folks you know and become a group leader for a solar collaborative in your community! Pull together friends and neighbors in your neck of the woods that want to take advantage of group savings and share in the benefits.
Shared outreach to grow your group – and your savings!
Outreach to grow membership for your group will be supported and shared between Solar Holler and your organization.
We’ll need a minimum of 25 homes or business owners that are interested in getting a free analysis – but we can help you gather folks, so there’s no need to wait until you’ve got 25 curious neighbors to call us! Once we know how many folks are in your cohort, we’ll work with your group to structure the discount for each home or business owner.
Interested in exploring a solar collaborative for your community? Reach out to our Community Marketing Manager, Karina Centeno at firstname.lastname@example.org or on the phone at 681-207-8475.