Allegheny County Solar Co-op
What is a solar co-op?
We bring homeowners together into a group, or co-op. We provide unbiased, installer-neutral support to co-op participants through each stage of the process of going solar. Our experienced team ensures you understand how solar works, how it can be financed, and how it can be installed on your home.
Co-ops take advantage of the group’s bulk-purchasing power to get discounted pricing and a quality installation. Volunteer co-op participants choose an installer on behalf of the entire group through an open and competitive bidding process. The selected installer provides co-op participants a personalized proposal for their consideration.
Not sure if you can afford to go solar? Good news! Residents of the City of Pittsburgh who meet the income requirements can pay for their solar installation with a 0% interest loan through the Pittsburgh Home Rehabilitation Program. Visit this page to learn more and apply for financing.
Watch the video below to learn more about our solar co-op process and its benefits, or view our FAQs.
This program is to help people install solar on their own homes and businesses. If you are unable to install solar on your own property or are interested in helping to finance solar for community organizations, you may be looking for the Allegheny Solar Cooperative, which is not affiliated with Solar United Neighbors.Join our co-op
How does a co-op work?
Where we are in the process
All upcoming events will be posted here once scheduled!
Please continue to help spread the word about this co-op and encourage your friends and neighbors to sign up!
What We've Done So Far
- First info session
- Second info session
- Issue RFP
- Select installer
- Final info session
- Sign up deadline
- Begin installations
Can't make our info session?
Watch a recorded session for general information on solar, how co-ops work, and what to expect if you join.
How much does solar cost?
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