2018 SunShares Registration Now Closed - 2019 Program will Launch August 2019
Registration is now closed for the 2018 SunShares solar and EV group-buy program. So far, Palo Alto is the top-performing city both in terms of the number of residents to register and the number of solar contracts signed. Final program results will be available in January.
2018 SunShares Program
For the fourth year in a row, the City of Palo Alto participated in Bay Area SunShares, a solar group-buy program administered by Building Council for Climate Change (BC3), a non-profit working with Bay Area organizations to take collective action on sustainability issues.
Nine Bay Area counties participated in SunShares. Three solar installers have been vetted and selected to provide no-cost solar consultations and discounted rooftop solar photovoltaic system installations:
In addition, discounts on two zero-emissions vehicles (ZEVs) were offered through the program:
Residents of the nine Bay Area participating communities, which includes Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties.
How SunShares works
1. Register online at bayareasunshares.org by November 30.
A SunShares informational workshop was held in Palo Alto on Saturday September 29, 2018. You can see the content covered at the workshop by reviewing the workshop presentation slides.