national solar tour 2022

ASES National Solar Tour is the largest grassroots solar, renewable energy, and sustainable living event in the nation.

Thank you to all our National Solar Tour organizers who hosted in-person and/or virtual Local Solar Tours and Solar Sites last year. The 2021 National Solar Tour was very successful with over 135 Local Solar Tours and over 2,000 Solar Sites in 49 states, D.C. and Puerto Rico.

Join us for the 2022 National Solar Tour! Sign up your Local Solar Tour or Solar Site today!

 

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Show off your solar-powered home, business, organization, school, community solar garden, and more. SIGN UP >

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We put together some ‘How-to’s’ and promotional items to help your solar tour or solar site event be a success! VISIT >

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Use our map to locate local tours or perhaps afar–who’s up for a road trip! LET’S GO >

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Check out your local neighborhood or go on an adventure to attend a solar site or join a solar tour. Click the map below to get started and please be patient as the map may take several seconds to load in.

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Take a Peek!

Check out photos from past National Solar Tours and all the beautiful properties featured. Proud participants show off their solar-powered homes, businesses, schools, and more. Attendees learn valuable insights about sustainable lifestyle and renewable energy possibilities in their hometowns.
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2022 National Solar Tour is Proudly Partnered with EEBA

For over 35 years, EEBA has provided the most trusted resources for building science information and education in the construction industry. EEBA delivers turn-key educational resources and events designed to transform residential construction practices through high-performance design, marketing, materials, and technologies. EEBA reaches thousands of key decision makers and other important industry players each year. EEBA is committed to achieving a future where all homes are healthy, resilient, zero energy, and zero-carbon.

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