Author: DCSEU        Published: 10/20/2020                     DOEEDCSEU Releases Solar for All RFPs to Bring More Solar to Low Income DC Residents

The DCSEU recently released two Requests for Proposals (RFPs) for the FY 2021 Solar for All program. The DCSEU is soliciting bids from contractors and development teams that enable the DCSEU to extend the benefits of solar power to District residents meeting specified income levels – including seniors, veterans, and residents and families with limited incomes. Selected bidders will receive incentives to install solar on single family residential homes and at community solar host sites with all output designated to low income residents.  Over the past two years, the DCSEU has partnered with contractors and developers to install 220 solar PV systems on income-qualified residents’ homes, and has built approximately 14 MW of community solar that is delivered to residents through credits on their utility bills.

Join us for two information sessions to learn more about these RFPs and how you can work with the DCSEU to bring solar to more income-qualified families in DC:

SOLAR FOR ALL COMMUNITY RENEWABLE ENERGY FACILITY (CREF) RFP INFORMATION SESSION
Seeking contractors to develop community solar PV projects in DC
October 20, 2020
1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Register for the CREF webinar →

 

SOLAR FOR ALL SINGLE FAMILY RFP INFORMATION SESSION
Seeking contractors to install solar PV on single-family homes in DC
October 21, 2020
1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Register for the single-family webinar →

Solar for All is a program of the District Department of Energy & Environment that aims to bring bring the benefits of solar energy to 100,000 low to moderate income families in the District of Columbia.