Before you know it, the Illinois Solar for All program will officially launch! Make sure you’re up to speed on the latest updates and announcements. We’re also excited to share that Illinois Solar for All is looking for new staff to join the team! Read on to learn more.
Attention contractors, solar installers, and developers! Are you looking to hire FEJA trainees for your upcoming Illinois Solar for All projects? RSVP today to the FEJA Clean Energy Hiring Event in Marion, IL on Friday, May 10, 2019. For more information, contact Elevate Energy’s Tina Williamson at Tina.Williamson@ElevateEnergy.org.
Consumer Protection Guidelines
The Program Administrator will be seeking public comments on the Illinois Solar for All Consumer Protection Guidelines and the Disclosure Forms. The Disclosure Forms outline expected benefits and costs for participants. The Consumer Protection Guidelines define the prescribed guidelines Approved Vendors must work within. These govern their interaction with the marketplace and potential and actual program participants. These guidelines require that the information shared with participants be clear and accurate to ensure a transparent and positive experience for participants.The following documents are expected to be released here on Friday, April 12, 2019.
- Proposed Guidelines for Consumer Protections for Low-Income Distributed Generation Projects
- Proposed Guidelines for Consumer Protections for Low-Income Community Solar
- Disclosure Forms
Public comments are due no later than Friday, April 19, 2019 at 5:00 PM CDT. Please send your comments to comments@IllinoisSFA.com.
The following documents have been posted and are available for review.
Interconnection Agreement Guidelines
These guidelines outline the interconnection requirements necessary for project approval.
Join the Illinois Solar for All Team!
Check out these great opportunities to work on the Illinois Solar for All program. If you’re interested, apply using the links below.