Grow Solar Greater Milwaukee is an Education and Group Purchasing Program for Residential and Commercial Solar.
How does the program work?
Grow Solar Greater Milwaukee 2021 has ended!
Grow Solar Greater Milwaukee has ended for 2021. Thank you to our program partners: the Midwest Renewable Energy Association, The Bay View Neighborhood Association, the Cities of Milwaukee and Glendale, and the Villages of Bayside, Fox Point, Shorewood and Whitefish Bay.
Through Grow Solar Greater Milwaukee, home and business owners throughout Milwaukee County learned about solar and pooled their buying power to secure significant discounts that made installing solar more affordable. This program built on previous years of successful programs that helped over 200 local property owners go solar.
Want to stay informed about a possible 2022 Grow Solar Greater Milwaukee opportunity? Please fill out our short form at the button below.
Want more information about the program? Learn about the MREA’s history of facilitating these programs, and the success this program has previously experienced on our About page.
Greater Milwaukee Power Hours
Free and open to public
Miss our Solar Power Hours?
You can still watch a recorded version to learn the basics of solar, its financial implications for your property, and how the Grow Solar Greater Milwaukee program works. Check out our virtual resource packet for resources complimentary to this presentation. Then, get a free, no obligation site assessment from our competitively-selected installer, Arch Electric, by filling out this short form. The deadline to participate in this program is September 30, so don’t delay. Your solar journey awaits!
Ready to schedule a site assessment or wanting to receive important program updates? Fill out this short form to either request a free, no obligation site assessment with Arch Electric, receive important program updates directly to your inbox, or both.
Help spread the word! The only way this program is successful is through community- led outreach. Please considering sharing with your networks because the more people who go solar through the program, the lower the price for all.