Residential Savings + Education

For Schools Within the Boone-Winnebago Regional Office of Education

Families in ROE #4 school districts can join an Illinois solar farm, support renewable energy in your community, and enjoy up to 20% savings on your annual electric supply costs* with no installation or upfront payment required.

For every 100 households that join, two students will receive a paid sustainability internship. Your support will not only help a student gain valuable experience, but you’ll also receive a $50 Visa Bonus Card too!

This is a special offer brought to you by ENGIE and Solstice for ComEd customers within the Boone-Winnebago Regional Office of Education. Finally, an electric bill you’ll really love!

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    *Your payment is equal to the value of bill credits, assuming the default electricity supply charge with your utility, minus your discount of 20%. If you’re on a different supply rate, you are still eligible to participate. Savings may vary.

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    Contributing to Boone-Winnebago Regional Office of Education #4

    Goal: 1,000 subscribers


    Every household that signs up for the Regional Office of Education#4’s local solar farm contributes to our Sustainability Scholarship Program. For every 100 households that sign up, two local high school students will receive a paid sustainability internship. 

    We are targeting 1,000 enrollments through our partnership with ENGIE and Solstice to offer 20 scholarships, and you can help us get there by enrolling in community solar! Together, we’ll lower one another’s electric bills, build a more resilient community, and continue our long tradition of excellence in education. 

    - Belvidere School District 100

    - Durand CUSD 322

    - Harlem School District 122

    - Hononegah Community High School District 207

    - Kinnikinnick School District

    - North Boone CUSD 200

    - Pecatonica CUSD 321

    - Prairie Hill School District 133

    - Rockford Public Schools 205

    - Rockton School District 140

    - Shirland School District 134

    - South Beloit Community School District 320

    - Winnebago CUSD 323

    Your Community Solar Garden’s Impact

    In the first year of your community solar garden’s operation, it will have an environmental impact equivalent to:

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    Not burning more than 3,000,000 pounds of coal

    Growing 50,000 tree seedlings for 10 years

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    Taking 654
    cars off the road

    *Environmental equivalencies calculated using the EPA’s Greenhouse Gas Equivalencies Calculator based on an estimated 4,200,000 kWh of year 1 production.

    Big Impact; Small Commitment

    Eliminate the hassle

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    Solstice is an Approved Designee of the Illinois Shines Program, also known as the Adjustable Block Program or “ABP.” Illinois Shines is a state-administered program implemented by the Illinois Power Agency to promote new solar development and solar PV systems. Solstice Community Solar Farms produce local solar power, and Renewable Energy Credits, or “RECs” are sold to the Illinois Shines program to help Illinois reach its renewable energy goals.

    Click here for the Illinois Shines Community Solar Informational Brochure

    Our Promise To You:


    We Believe

    The future depends on renewable energy
    Everyone should have a say in their energy source
    Communities are stronger together
    Doing good shouldn’t cost extra
    Customers deserve a provider they can trust


    We Pledge

    To spread solar power far and wide
    To make solar accessible to all, not just the fortunate few
    To unite neighbors around local solar gardens
    To keep our programs free to join
    To always be transparent and open - reach out to us!

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