Qualified households can save up to 50%
Open to both renters and homeowners. No installation required
No upfront costs, unsubscribe at any time.
Most Americans don’t yet have the means to install solar panels on their own property. Community solar empowers residents and organizations to connect their electric meters to locally built solar farms and earn renewable energy credits on their bills, bringing down their costs and preserving their community for good.
This program is specifically for income-eligible residents. To qualify, the household must verify as 80% or less of the Area Median Income (AMI). The AMI varies by household size and geography.
All subscribers must be income-eligible to receive bill credits using a three-step verification process.
By enrolling in the program, you will be helping Illinois reach its solar goals while receiving up to 50% off the supply portion of your electric bill. Plus, you’ll get an additional enrollment bonus from Solstice when you sign up!
Subscribers will receive 50% off of the supply portion of their electric bill. The supply portion of an electric bill is typically half of the total electric bill. This results in an estimated 25% savings on your total electric bill. Solar credits received are based on subscriber energy usage and the solar farm’s energy production, which can fluctuate month-to-month resulting in varied savings.
The Illinois Solar For All program promotes equitable access to the solar economy through incentives that help make solar more affordable for income-eligible residents and qualified residents living in environmental justice communities.
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