For the fifth year in a row, the City of Palo Alto is participating in Bay Area SunShares, a limited time, group-buy program for solar and zero emissions vehicles. SunShares is open to anyone in the nine Bay Area counties. The program offers discounts on rooftop solar and zero emissions vehicles by pooling the buying power of homeowners and vehicle buyers. SunShares also provides vetted contractors and free technical advice. SunShares is administered by Building Council for Climate Change (BC3), a non-profit working with Bay Area organizations to take collective action on sustainability issues.
Register for the program at BayAreaSunShares.org from August 1 through November 15.
In addition to SunShares, Palo Alto Utilities customers are eligible for rebates on a Nissan Leaf electric vehicle. Your community-owned electric utility has partnered with the American Public Power Association (APPA) and Nissan to offer a limited time rebate on the 2019 Nissan Leaf Standard and 2019 Nissan Leaf ePlus.
Public power customers and employees are eligible for the rebate. Utilities, joint action agencies and state/regional associations may use the rebate for fleet vehicles. Learn more and start driving emissions free today!
Visit BayAreaSunShares.org for the latest updates on the 2019 SunShares program.
How Does SunShares Work?
1. Register online at bayareasunshares.org by November 15.
4. Enjoy savings on your electric bill from clean, renewable energy.
A SunShares informational workshop will be held in Palo Alto from 10am to noon on Saturday September 21, 2019 at the Palo Alto Art Center auditorium, 1313 Newell Road. The workshop is free, but we ask that you please register.