Our Policy Priorities
Vote Solar targets policies that address this simple but powerful equation for growth: affordability + access = scale.
We believe that the strongest solar market is one that creates diverse and lasting opportunities for investment and participation. As such, we support policies that enable solar growth at the consumer, community and utility scale.
Report released by GRID Alternatives, Vote Solar and Environmental Law & Policy Center Low-income solar rights advocates released Principles and Recommendations for Utility Participation in Solar Programs for Low-Income Customers today as part of an ongoing campaign to ensure that local, clean, affordable solar energy is available to everyone, regardless of their income level or ...
Rocky Mountain Power is trying to change the rules on solar customers again. So we’re teaming up with people like you to gather the data we need to support fair rates for rooftop solar in Utah. If you have rooftop solar, please take 2 minutes out of your day to join the Solar Study. RMP ...
Massachusetts is in danger of falling short when it comes to achieving our existing renewable energy and climate goals. Solar energy must play a fundamental and growing role in displacing fossil fuels from the Commonwealth’s energy mix if we are to reach those goals – and of all the renewable energy sources, it is the ...
Minnesota is the national leader in community solar, with 208 projects around the state, more than a third of all community solar projects in the US. The Community Solar Garden policy is the best in the nation, making it easy to develop and subscribe to solar power. Read more in the new report from Vote ...
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» Database of State Incentives for Renewables & Efficiency® (DSIRE)
Current solar policies in all 50 states
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Vote Solar, GRID Alternatives, and Center for Social Inclusion guide to policies that expand access to solar in low-income communities.
Best practices in state net metering policies and interconnection procedures.
Shared renewable energy can help renters and millions of other American homes, schools and businesses choose clean energy for the first time.
Rooftop solar is an innovative way for families, schools and businesses to take charge of their power generation and utility bills like never before.