Your U.S. senator and representative or delegate can advocate for 30 Million Solar Homes’ policies.
A requirement that at least 75 percent of total federal investment in this initiative benefits low- and
moderate-income communities, environmental justice communities, and others with inequitable access
to local solar.
Restoration, extension, and democratization of the Investment Tax Credit to provide a direct pay option
for distributed solar projects and a 30% credit.
Substantially increased investment in low-income energy assistance and weatherization programs,
including rooftop and community solar.
New financing programs including a national green bank, Clean Energy Victory Bonds, and loan loss
Substantial expansion of federal grants and loan guarantees for schools, rural businesses, tribal
communities, and community solar projects.
Virtual permitting, a national solar marketplace, rules supporting net metering and community solar
requirements, and other market-boosting policy supports.
Support for solar workers and small business owners from underrepresented groups.
Estimates for new jobs at the district level reflect where the work will occur, not where the workers might live.