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Greensboro's Solar RoadMap

Solar energy will play an increasingly important role in Greensboro's efforts to become a more sustainable city. North Carolina's climate is well-suited to take advantage of the abundant, free, zero-carbon energy provided by incoming solar radiation.

Check out Greensboro's Solar RoadMap

An interactive, online tool designed to help you
capture the full economic and environmental benefits
of solar power by improving competitiveness in the local solar energy market.

Solar RoadMap

The Solar RoadMap program is funded by the US Department of Energy’s
SunShot Initiative, a national collaborative effort to make solar energy cost-competitive
with other forms of electricity by the end of the decade.

To get a sense of the solar energy potential of your home or business, explore Google's Project SunRoof.

Ready to get started on your own solar energy project? Greensboro's Development Services office can help you navigate the process.

For more information, please e-mail Jeff Sovich or call 336-433-7264.