Over the past few months, 250+ Arlingtonians have joined the 2021 Solar and EV Charger Co-op. More than 40 families have already signed contracts to install solar and/or EV chargers. In the 5+ years of our co-op, we have never seen interest this strong.
Thank you, Arlington, for your interest and action to address the climate crisis.
The 2021 co-op will close on Aug. 31. Arlingtonians can still join the co-op to have their roofs screened at no cost or obligation.
Take advantage of the federal residential solar and electric vehicle charger tax credits. This year, the residential tax credits are 26% for solar and 30% (up to $1,000) for electric vehicle chargers. Business tax credits are also available.
Click below to learn more and join the co-op:
Join the co-op to have your roof screened before Aug. 31.
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