Solar co-op launches on Valentine’s Day for Seminole County and Winter Park residents to go solar together

Solar United Neighbors is announcing the launch of the Seminole 2022 Solar Co-op to help Seminole County and City of Winter Park residents go solar, with a Valentines Day theme for the February 14th occasion.

“The co-op will enable Seminole County and Winter Park homeowners and business owners to join the growing community of people saving money by harnessing solar power, and join the movement for a clean and equitable energy system.” said Heaven Campbell, Florida program director for Solar United Neighbors.

The co-op is free to join and open to homeowners and business owners in Seminole County and the City of Winter Park. Together, co-op members will learn about solar energy and leverage their numbers to purchase individual solar systems at a competitive price and top quality.

After a competitive bidding process facilitated by SUN, which remains vendor neutral, co-op members will select a single solar company to complete the installations. Joining the co-op does not obligate members to purchase solar. Instead, members will have the option to individually purchase panels and electric vehicle chargers based on the installer’s group rate.

Also partnering on the co-op are the League of Women Voters of Seminole County, Seminole Citizens’ Climate Lobby, and Seminole Audubon Society.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.