Duke Energy Solar Grants

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Alex Arnold with WNC Energy Cost-Share Assistance Program is trying to get grant money to farmers in Duke Energy territory who are in a window of time here where it’s possible to get 70-100% of a solar PV system paid for by grants and incentives. (Duke started a solar rebate program in January 2018, and their rebate can be stacked with our grants).
That equates to a project being paid off in the first year or two, with free electricity being produced from that point on.
They have created a 30-minute explainer video with resources for understanding the grants/rebates, eligibility, and how to navigate the process and posted them all at www.energycap.org/duke. They also have a Twitter post and a Facebook post for sharing.
For more information contact:
Alex Arnold
Project Coordinator, WNC Energy Cost-share Assistance Program

828-649-5115

www.EnergyCAP.org