2020 application forms now available! … Continue reading →
ISFA and the City of Bloomington issued this joint press release on January 8, 2019. Bloomington, Ind. – Indiana Solar for All (ISFA) is again partnering with the City of Bloomington to increase lower-income residents’ access to renewable energy. An initiative … Continue reading →
On Tuesday, November 13, from 5 to 8:30pm, Community Night at Global Gifts will support Indiana Solar for All. During that time, 10% of all profits will be donated to our organization to help more families gain access to clean … Continue reading →
Homeowners, businesses and nonprofits in Bloomington and surrounding counties – Brown, Greene, Lawrence, Morgan, Orange and Owen – will have another opportunity to install solar panels at favorable rates as part of the third round of the Solarize initiative. As … Continue reading →
Bloomington launched its first City-wide solarize program in January, 2017. Due to overwhelming response, a second round has been announced, giving homeowners another chance to go solar before Indiana’s net metering laws change at the end of 2017. To get … Continue reading →
Many people are looking forward to the solarize programs coming soon, and for good reason: group purchases enable economies of scale, making solar installations more affordable than ever. But the best thing you can do in preparation for your solar … Continue reading →
Despite widespread and vocal opposition, Governor Holcomb has signed into law the utility-backed bill that will end net metering for Indiana solar customers.
Just as the residential solar industry is growing in Indiana, monopoly utilities are attempting to shut it down by pushing a bill that would end net metering, one of the main reasons home solar is a good investment. The bill … Continue reading →
Solar for All is happy to announce that Whole Sun Designs, one of the contractors with the Bloomington Solarize Initiative, has agreed to make participation in our program available to their solarize customers!
Solar for All is a new way of thinking about solar purchasing, building on the concept of “solarize” programs that have been gaining popularity around the country.