Anchorage, Mat-Su, Fairbanks
The Solarize Program helps Alaska residents and small businesses afford solar PV energy systems by offering group discounts and combining them with state and federal incentives. This program benefits the environment, lowers energy bills, supports local businesses, and fosters community connections. Participants also receive educational resources to make informed energy decisions.
By uniting neighbors to collectively purchase solar panels, Solarize offers reduced prices on panels and installation. This is achieved by combining group discounts with existing state and federal incentives, resulting in more affordable panels for homeowners and businesses.
To request a complimentary evaluation for your home or business, simply fill out the appropriate forms below, and a solar specialist from our team will get in touch with you to start the process. Additionally, our chat module, found at the bottom right of this page, is available for answering questions at any time.
Participating in the Solarize Program not only benefits the environment by reducing greenhouse gas emissions, but also helps to lower your monthly energy bills. As more people join the program, the collective impact on our community’s carbon footprint and energy independence grows stronger. Moreover, the Solarize Program supports local businesses and job creation within the renewable energy sector, contributing to a more sustainable and resilient economy for Alaska.
In addition to the environmental and economic benefits, the Solarize Program fosters a sense of community among participants. By working together towards a common goal, neighbors can build stronger connections and encourage others to join the movement towards clean energy. Furthermore, the Solarize Program provides educational resources and workshops, empowering participants with the knowledge and tools to make informed decisions about their energy consumption and contribute to a greener future for Alaska.
The areas that ASV is focusing on this year are: Turnagain, the Matanuska-Susitna Borough, and the Fairbanks Northstar Borough.