Illinois Solar for All
Nelnet Renewable Energy is proud to be an approved vendor for the Illinois Solar for All program.
Greater Access. Cleaner Energy. A Brighter Tomorrow.
In collaboration with the Illinois Solar for All program, Nelnet Renewable Energy can submit applications to provide job training and higher incentive benefits for low-income and/or environmental justice areas. If you are a homeowner, nonprofit, public entity, or interested in developing a community solar project, please reach out to us and we can work alongside you to apply your project for the benefits of the Solar for All program. If you are interested in job training programs, please visit the Illinois Solar for All website to learn more.
Residential & Single-Family Homes
Illinois residents who make less than 80% of the local median income and/or live within environmental justice areas can apply to receive low-cost solar systems for their home and see large savings on their electric bill.
Nonprofits & Public Facilities
If you’re a nonprofit or public facility located in a low-income or environmental justice area, you could qualify for the Illinois Solar for All program and gain the deep benefits the program has to offer.
If you’re an entity that would like to develop a community solar program within a low-income or environmental justice area, you may qualify to work with the Illinois Solar for All program.
The Illinois Solar for All program provides solar developments for environmental justice and low-income areas, along with opportunities for solar developers to offer job training programs to historically marginalized communities. Explore job training and placement opportunities with this program.
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For more information about the Illinois Solar for All program, please visit the ILSFA website.Visit ILSFA
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