Go solar in a West Virginia co-op
Leverage the power of group negotiation
Why join a Solar United Neighbors co-op? We organize 20 to 30 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.
This has been a great process! There is no way any of us could have done this well at finding a contractor on our own. Thanks! co-op participant John McMurran
Learn more about solar co-ops in West Virginia
Co-ops open to new participants
Co-op closed to new participants
- Fayette County
- Kanawha County
- Mid-Ohio Valley
- Monroe County
Can’t find a co-op in your area?
Our membership program can help you go solar on your own.