Georgia Solar Resources

General resources regarding state solar policies, solar incentives, and utilities.

  • Southface: A live and interactive map of solar installations throughout the state of Georgia. Southface Institute promotes sustainable homes, workplaces, and communities through education, research, advocacy, and technical assistance. READ MORE →
  • Solar Crowdsource: Solar CrowdSource’s mission is to harness the power of the crowd to reduce the cost of solar and make clean, sustainable energy available to every community. We offer both Solarize and Crowdfunding campaign tools and services that are easily accessible and help remove previous barriers to obtaining and investing in solar energy. READ MORE →
  • Community Foundation of Greater Atlanta: After 10 years of providing Grants and Green funds for metro-Atlanta nonprofits, the program transitioned to Southface Institute. The Community Foundation, in collaboration with the Kendeda Fund and Southface, built a strong legacy through this program, with over 200 nonprofits making energy and water upgrades totaling nearly $10 million in utilities savings over the last decade. READ MORE →
  • Georgia Solar Energy Association: As an evolving technology and growing segment of the economy, new breakthroughs, updated policies, creative financing techniques and industry announcements are constantly emerging in regards to solar. GA Solar offers guides and updates to help you stay abreast of the latest developments and understand the current state of the market. READ MORE →
  • Rebates for Schools: The Georgia Environmental Finance Authority rebate program increases awareness of renewable energy production while decreasing energy costs for Georgia taxpayers.
    GEFA provides rebates to K-12 public schools and will reimburse up to 50 percent (or $50,000 whichever is less) of the cost of materials, design, and installation of up to 60 kilowatt (kW) ground mount or rooftop solar. This rebate is offered to government entities that are not eligible to receive the 30 percent federal tax credit that benefits for-profit facilities. READ MORE →

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