Install Solar Panels in Washington, D.C. and Save!
Solar power in Washington, D.C. is your path to lower electric bills. From Foggy Bottom to Dupont Circle, from Capitol Heights to Adams Morgan, District residents are embracing solar power homes. There are more solar panels in Washington, D.C. every day thanks to attractive solar panel prices and big savings on utility bills. Get started with a Free Solar Evaluation!
Proudly Helping the District of Columbia Go Solar
- Capitol Hill
- Dupont Circle
- Penn Quarter
- West Potomac Park
- Foggy Bottom
- Adams Morgan
- Woodley Park
- Cathedral Heights
Don’t see your neighborhood listed here? Call us! We serve neighborhoods through the District, including yours. Call us today for a FREE ESTIMATE!
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About Renewable Energy Corporation
Choosing an installer for your home’s solar energy system is a big decision. With Renewable Energy Corporation, you get an installer who simplifies the process of becoming a solar-powered home. We handle the permits and paperwork, taking the hassle out of going solar.
Headquartered in Lutherville-Timonium, Maryland, we serve homeowners throughout the Washington metro area. We’ve installed hundreds of PV solar systems in D.C. and the surrounding areas.
- We handle all permit applications — less hassle for you!
- We take care of the paperwork for solar refunds and rebates.
- We find you more solar incentives — including some you may not realize are available to you.
- We install American-made solar panels, so you’re supporting the American economy and American jobs.
- We optimize your home’s solar system so you get more electricity for your investment.
Townhomes, single family homes, apartments — you name it, we’ve installed a solar energy system for it. We can help you get started today!
Washington, D.C. Energy Facts
- The average price of total energy in the District of Columbia was the highest in the contiguous United States as of 2010 (EIA).
- One of the largest solar panel installations in Washington, D.C. is on the roof of the U.S. Department of Energy’s headquarters building. It generates about 230,000 kWh of electricity per year.
- Washington, D.C. electricity prices were 3.7% higher than the U.S. average as of 2010 (most recent data available).