DC SUN is an umbrella organization for 11 neighborhood solar coops located throughout Washington, DC. Check out a video on our history and how we advocate for solar in DC:
DC SUN strives to make rooftop solar power accessible and affordable for everyone by providing communities with the information, connections, and opportunities they need to move efficiently through the “solarization” process.
Because we are not allied with any specific company or product, we are uniquely positioned to give you unbiased, thoughtful advice based on our extensive industry experience. We will be there to support you throughout the process!
DC SUN is supported through 100% volunteer work, and we are composed of individuals, families, businesses, and neighborhood leaders. Join us!
Click here to read more about our governance and structure.
We are also a project of Community Power Network (CPN). Check out CPN’s site for more information on starting a community renewables project.
Not in DC?
Our parent organization, Community Power Network (CPN), runs solar programs in Maryland, Virginia, and West Virginia. Check them out to learn more and take your community solar!
- Maryland Solar United Neighborhoods (MD SUN), a community group that promotes solar across the state by helping residents, community organizations, faith-based groups and businesses go solar.
- Solar Holler, an organization that is leading the energy transition in West Virginia and Virginia—helping towns and communities develop renewable energy projects and programs that will sustain our economies and our planet for the long haul.
- VA SUN, a citizens network of solar supporters in Virginia that runs a listserve open to any individual or business interested in supporting solar in VA.
- WV SUN, a citizens network of solar supporters in West Virginia that runs a listserve open to any individual or business interested in supporting solar in WV.