New tariffs could affect solar prices
Recently, the US International Trade Commission voted to allow the President to impose tariffs on foreign-made solar panels.

Our Solarize campaigns make getting solar more affordable by partnering with local solar installers who offer competitive pricing. Most solar installers "rely on foreign imports [of solar panels] to keep prices competitive with other forms of electricity." Currently, over 90% of solar panel installations are imported.

However, new tariffs on these solar panels could drive up prices for the consumer and could cause a drop in the number of people installing solar. We are watching these developments carefully but caution consumers that prices could increase if these new tariffs are imposed.

Solarize Information Session This Thursday
Join us this Thursday, September 28, 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm for a solarize information session at the Purcellville Library (220 E Main St, Purcellville, VA) and see if solar is right for you.

Right after the info session at the library, we will have a social hour down the street at Jack’s Run Brewing Company where you can get even more of your solar questions answered.

Due to limited space at the library, please RSVP .
Solarize Alexandria and Solarize Loudoun Campaigns End October 15
For more information about these campaigns, visit our website ( ), call us ( 703-517-7251‬) , or send us an email ( ) .
This grassroots, community-based outreach initiative is a partnership of the Local Energy Alliance Program (LEAP), Northern Virginia Regional Commission (NVRC), the City of Alexandria , and the Loudoun County government .
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