Connecticut's Solar-Specific Industry Business Group Since 2004
Connecticut's longest operating and most successful residential solar installers and commercial developers are members of Connecticut Solar and Storage Association (formerly SolarConn), the state's solar-specific industry business group since 2004. Founded and originally funded by the state of Connecticut Clean Energy Fund (now Connecticut Green Bank), SolarConn is now fully supported by its member companies who finance, sell, design, and install residential and commercial solar photovoltaics (PV) systems across the state and beyond.
in the U.S. for introducing solar
of the state's electricity is from solar
solar jobs provided in Connecticut
solar installations in Connecticut
We've repeatedly improved the Connecticut Solar Market in ways that individual businesses could not possibly achieve on their own.
With a long record of legislative, regulatory, state agency and industry accomplishments, our members understand their investment in SolarConn is an investment into their own businesses. Certainly, every solar installer / developer, every electrical contractor, every engineer and design outfit, and all others working in the Residential Solar Investment Program (RSIP) and / or the Zero Renewable Energy Credit (ZREC) benefits from the aggressive policy and lobbying work SolarConn performs for its members.
Help Shape The State's Solar Industry In A Way That Makes Your Business More Successful
Help Build Our State Legislative Agenda & Keep Track of the Proposed Laws That Impact Solar
Expert Energy Legal Representation At The Connecticut Public Utility Regulatory Authority (PURA)
Protection From Anti-Solar State Agency Actions
Latest Industry News
March 25, 2022
Solar sales tactic complaints renew proposed legislation in Connecticut
The state Department of Consumer Protection receives about one complaint per week related to solar companies. Some say that warrants more regulation, but the industry says the proposal is overly broad and not practical.
February 4, 2022
4 things to know about Connecticut’s new energy storage incentive program
Connecticut regulators are offering upfront money to help pay for the installation of an in-home or business battery system, and customers can earn more money by allowing utilities to tap into them during peak demand.