A solar group buy is a program for reducing solar energy installation costs for businesses and residences sharing a common bond – very similar to cooperatives! These common bonds could include a geographic area, membership in a co-op, a chamber of commerce, a homeowners association (HOA), a church or combination of churches, or a school district. The end result is that each group buy participant realizes significant cost savings when installing solar and/or battery storage.
How Does It Work?
The following steps outline what happens when you choose Legacy Solar Co-op to administer your community’s group buy:
- Legacy collects and analyzes information from the sponsor that is then used in a competitive process to select potential installers
- Legacy assists the sponsor to promote the group buy in their community on the web, through social media and flyering
- Legacy provides a series of educational seminars and outreach events to inform the community of the opportunity and help them understand the benefits of installing a solar array
- Legacy works with each participant to complete a site evaluation that includes an assessment form, request for photos and energy data
- Legacy stays involved to ensure a quality experience to every group buy participant
- When a sponsor selects Legacy Solar Co-op as their partner, they tap into an experienced program with proven success, the best price for each participant and no cost to the sponsoring organization.
Want to Learn More?
Are you a member of an organization who might want to become a sponsor or are interested in being involved in a group buy? Visit the solar group buy page or contact Peter Fiala, Group Buy Coordinator, at Legacy Solar Co-op for more information (firstname.lastname@example.org; 608-443-7820)