GO SOLAR BEFORE NOv 15, 2019!
~ Get in now! 30% federal tax credit ends in 2019 ~
~ WBNA group rates mean discount pricing on installation ~
~ Low interest financing available, plus save on monthly bills ~
At the start of next year, federal tax credits for solar panel installations will be reduced. Don’t miss out on this great opportunity to Go Solar in Providence NOW and save money! Contact GoSolar@solpowersolar.com to set up a free assessment of your residential or commercial property before Nov 15, 2019. Details below.
Go Solar PVD
In 2011, WBNA launched its bulk purchase solar panel program – the first of its kind in Rhode Island – making renewable energy initiatives more affordable to home and business owners, and encouraging the use of green practices in historic districts.
GO SOLAR PVD 2019
WBNA with neighbor-owned Sol Power is offering a bulk purchasing program for solar panels on residential and business properties located in Providence through November 15, 2019.
This program allows property owners to take advantage of a 30% federal tax credit before it ends this year, benefit from group discount pricing on installation, pay less each month than an electric bill, and get a 8-12% return on investment! A free assessment by Sol Power will determine if solar panels would work for your property’s location.
WBNA’s Go Solar PVD is a turn-key program that makes going solar easier. We take care of permits, coordinate installation, and offer low interest loans to qualified applicants (residential only) through our Solar Revolving Fund. Full project financing is available.
Contact GoSolar@solpowersolar.com before November 15, 2019 to make the most of existing tax credit incentives and many more benefits offered through our program. Be sure to mention WBNA to be included in our group discount program. And please spread the word – as more neighbors participate in the program, the price per customer drops!
Group discount pricing
|Bulk Pricing Benefits! Price per customer decreases as number of participants increases|
|5 to 9 participants / installations||$300|
|10 to 19 participants / installations||$500|
|20+ participants / installations||$800|
commercial properties benefit, too!
Small and large commercial properties can also take advantage of federal tax credits and competitive installation rates through this program. For larger commercial PV systems (25kW and greater), qualified property owners can benefit from special pricing, plus get financing through the state’s C-PACE lending program for commercial solar projects. Contact GoSolar@solpowersolar.com to set up a free assessment of your commercial property before November 15, 2019.
If someone you know has a commercial property, please encourage them to go green with WBNA’s Go Solar PVD program!
WBNA created Rhode Island’s first bulk purchase solar panel program in 2011 called West Side Solar. With grant funding from RI Commerce Corporation, WBNA facilitated the installation of solar panels on thirty-three homes and small businesses totaling 133.96kW.
In 2015, WBNA expanded its program beyond the neighborhood, and worked with SolPower on an additional eleven solar panel installations equaling 60.46kW throughout Providence.
Now, starting August 1st of 2019, WBNA proudly rejoins with SolPower to launch our third round of solar installations for residences and small businesses through November 15, 2019, before federal tax credits are reduced in the new year.
Go Solar PVD is a group purchase solar panel program that realizes economies of scale to provide photovoltaic (PV) systems to qualified homes and businesses in WBNA’s focus area and throughout Providence. Local vendor Sol Power provides competitive, group discounted pricing for a direct-ownership model for residential and small-scale commercial installations, and special pricing for larger commercial projects, as well.
Reduce reliance on public utilities
Make utilities more affordable
Promote renewable energy
Integrate with historic districts
Take the confusion out of PV for neighbors by taking on the permitting and coordination of installation
Serve as a model for other RI communities to follow