ASES National Solar Tour

Largest Grassroots Solar and Sustainable Living Event in the Nation

Hosted by the American Solar Energy Society (ASES) for over 29 years, the purpose of the National Solar Tour is to promote renewable energy awareness and increase the adoption of solar energy. The National Solar Tour centers around neighborhood discussions about solar, recommendations on installers, financing, local laws, and other considerations and hesitations around installing solar panels, purchasing electric vehicles, and instating energy efficiency upgrades.

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Our map showcases all participating tours across the country so you can see what’s in your neighborhood. LET’S GO >

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We put together some ‘How-to’s’ and promotional items to help your Local Tour or Tour Site be a success! VISIT >

Explore Our Map

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.

National Solar Tour Map
ASES National Solar Tour

Despite its name, the American Solar Energy Society’s National Solar Tour does not just feature solar power but instead a bevy of sustainable features. Check out the new key and map to explore all the diverse sites and tours featured on this year’s Tour.

Let’s go on a virtual tour!

Below are some highlighted virtual tour videos for your enjoyment. We hope these inspire you to participate in this year’s upcoming tour or perhaps upgrade your property with sustainable energy options.


Do you value communities sharing local solar knowledge on the National Solar Tour? If so, please consider donating to the NST Fund to contribute to the continuation of this program and ASES’ ability to keep it free for participants!

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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