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Here are some tips on finding a solar installer for your church, synagogue, mosque, or other faith community: check with your state affiliate of Interfaith Power and Light, ask other congregations with solar in your area, check Energy Sage, a reputable solar referral service, look at Yelp, and contact the American Solar Energy Society. Learn below how to access these resources. And don’t forget to shop around for the best deal.

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Get Recommendations from Your State IPL

Check with your state IPL affiliate for local solar installer recommendations

EnergySage

EnergySage is the nation’s leading online electrification marketplace.Their website helps you to easily sign-up to receive quotes for solar from vetted local installers. Just enter your zip code, sign-up for a free account, and you’ll get access to a dedicated, vendor-neutral Energy Advisor who can help you compare quotes and answer any questions about going solar. Can’t put solar on your roof? EnergySage can help you compare and subscribe to community solar projects too!

Ask Other Solar Congregations

Ask other congregations with solar in your area about their installer. Find solar congregations in your area on IPL’s Solar Directory and Map.

American Solar Energy Society

Contact American Solar Energy Society (ASES) for a list of installers in your area. They don’t offer referrals, just a list. Click the Contact button to send them an email. They also have a list of 40 questions to ask an installer.

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