Solar panels

Tuesday, February 11, 6-7:30pm, Land-Grant Brewing Company, 424 W. Town St.

Come out to our information session on how to join a solar coop in Franklin County, Ohio. Solar coops allow people to band together to purchase solar power systems for their homes and businesses in bulk, thus knocking down the price.

We are working with Solar United Neighbors to organize 50 to 100 neighbors together into a group, or co-op, and give you support through each stage of the solar process. Co-op participants leverage bulk-purchasing power to get discounted pricing and a quality installation while still signing individual contracts that ensure the right system for your home or business.

If you are thinking about going solar, now is a great time while there’s still a federal tax break of 26%. Between bulk pricing and tax breaks, solar panels for your home and business are more affordable than ever!

Find out more about going solar in a coop here:


Hosted by Ready for 100 Columbus and Solar United Neighbors.