SolarizeRVA is a program of the Richmond Region Energy Alliance (RREA), a local energy efficiency nonprofit. By working together as a community, we're making solar easier and more affordable than ever.
We've lined up the equipment, prequalified the installer, negotiated the pricing, and set up a financing option. Solar is no longer a thing of the future – it makes sense right here, right now. Find out more about how we're making solar simple.
Celebrate Solar is POSTPONED. New date to
The weather predictions for this weekend have ranged from snow, to rain, to clouds...all unsuitable for an outdoor solar event. Thank you for your patience....look out for another invitation!
Are you curious if solar is right for your home? As a SolarizeRVA client, you will receive a free home energy assessment alongside your free solar assessment. As your nonprofit energy advisor, we want to see you invest in the right mix of energy upgrades that benefit both your home and your wallet.
Now is the time to explore solar power for your business AND match it with some cost-effective energy efficiency improvements. Investing in your company's energy use starts saving you money immediately and can be an excellent marketing tool for the environmentally conscious consumer.
SIGN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD OR COWORKERS UP FOR SOLARIZE
We will help you market the program and conduct solar and energy efficiency workshops.
Solarize THE FAN: Check out the article in the past edition of FanFare.
Solarize VCU HEALTH: Special Solarize program for employees of VCU Health.
Want to see your neighborhood or business on the list? Email us at email@example.com to learn about the process.
On May 26, 2015, SolarizeRVA won an award from the Richmond City Council, commending the Richmond Region Energy Alliance and its SolarizeRVA program for the public service it provides in environmental benefits and energy cost savings. We're so pleased! Thank you to Councilman Hilbert for this nomination and to the entire Richmond City Council for its support.
SolarizeRVA is a program coordinated by the Richmond Region Energy Alliance (RREA), a community service nonprofit focused on home energy performance. Learn more about RREA here.