Sunlight in the woods
Solar panels on house
Sunlight in the trees
Solar panels on community building

Together we can build a solar legacy in Wisconsin.

Even if you live in the shade you can help grow solar!

Membership

Help grow solar power in Wisconsin! Legacy Solar Co-op members receive a 50% discount on consulting and are eligible to buy solar bonds.

Solar Bonds

Invest in the future of solar. Buy solar bonds that help fund community solar projects and earn interest through our Slice of Sun Solar Bonds program.

Consulting

Explore the potential for saving energy in your home or business. Members of the Legacy Solar Co-op receive a discount on solar consulting.

Solar RECs

Our Solar RECs are retired on behalf of the buyer, so that real and permanent good can come from the use of renewable energy.

Solar Legacy Projects

We call them “legacy” projects because solar generates pollution-free electricity for decades.

These are our most recent projects. Visit the Legacy Solar Co-op portfolio page to browse the gallery of all the community solar projects our members have helped to support!
New! Check out our community solar projects map!

General Beverage Northwest, Inc. Chippewa Falls Building
VFW Post 8483 in Madison - First Day of Construction
Watermark Community Center, Beaver Dam, WI
Ribbon Cutting of Solar Project at Memorial United Church of Christ (UCC)
Willow Creek Ranch (photo courtesy of North Wind Renewable Energy)2018
Steve and Beth Israel solar panels
Fitchburg City Hall - photo courtesy of Arch Electric

We joined Legacy Solar Co-op because we wanted to dedicate our attention to something small and help it grow in to an everyday concept in Wisconsin. This form of sustainable energy investment is much more tangible and a sensible option given we can’t currently install solar panels on our house.

Peter Fiala

Legacy Solar Cooperative helped me plan, finance and install solar panels on my home, and navigate federal tax credits.  Our solar installation provides most of our energy and costs less than a second used car.   If you have money sitting around in a saving accounts collecting no interest, you should invest in a solar installation that will ensure you a future of clean renewable energy.  Solar pricing has seen a precipitous price drop, so now is the time to plan your solar installation before the tax credits expire.

Yogesh Chawla

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