clean energy

Solar Atlanta

Municipal Project (On-going)

In October of 2017, the City awarded a contract to Cherry Street Energy for the installation of solar panels on City-owned properties, making it the largest municipal program in Georgia. The facilities included in the program have been selected after extensive vetting for solar potential, financial feasibility, and structural integrity. These installations are made possible through a Solar Energy Procurement Agreement (SEPA) which allows the City of Atlanta to access solar power at no up-front costs.


Solarize Atlanta 1.0 and 2.0

Community-wide Program (Complete)

Solarize Atlanta 1.0 and 2.0 were community-based solar energy group purchasing campaigns that makes solar more affordable and accessible for the residents of Atlanta. Solarize campaigns harness the power of the crowd to save some major green while residences and businesses go green.

A joint initiative of Solar CrowdSource, Environment Georgia, GIPL, Center Atlanta Progress, City of Atlanta, Sierra Club, USGBC Georgia, Livable Buckhead, and Southface.