Solar power creates local jobs, saves money, makes us more resilient, and enhances our energy security. If you agree that solar equals energy freedom, sign the Solar Bill of Rights.
Send a clear message to your elected officials that you want West Virginia to have a clean, equitable energy system that directs control and benefits back to local communities.
Specifically, the Solar Bill of Rights will call for elected officials to:
Support West Virginians' right to produce our own power and put solar on our roofs, in our yards or share a solar array with our neighbors.
Make solar affordable and accessible to all.
Prevent utilities from charging punitive or arbitrary solar fees and imposing bureaucratic rules to discourage people from going solar.
Dear [elected official],
I support a Solar Bill of Rights for West Virginia and I want you to support it too.
I envision a clean, equitable energy system that directs control and benefits back to local communities, with solar on every roof and money in every pocket. And I am part of a community of people building a new energy system, and rooftop solar is the cornerstone.
I urge you to support solar for West Virginia.