The Future Energy Jobs Act and The Solar for All Program
Everyone Should Have Access to Solar
Illinois Solar For All (ILSFA), made possible by the Future Energy Jobs Act in 2016, helps make solar installations more affordable for low-income households and organizations through state incentives Homeowners, residents of low-income properties, facilities for non-profit organizations and religious institutions are eligible for program incentives.
With Illinois Solar for All, participants will see no upfront costs and fees will not exceed 50% of the value generated from the solar PV system.
StraightUp Solar is an Approved Vendor-designee for Illinois Solar for All. We have completed projects for churches and non-profit organizations in Peoria, Normal, and East St. Louis
StraightUp Solar can assist homeowners, businesses and non-profit organizations to determine their eligibility for the programs based on income levels and their property’s location. We offer power purchase agreements, leases and financing options for outright purchase of your solar PV System.
For additional information on ILSFA sub-programs, download the Low-Income Distributed Generation info sheet (PDF) or Non-Profit and Public Facilities info sheet (PDF).
To find out if you or your organization is eligible, call (309) 319-6093 or reach out for a solar assessment here. We will put you in touch with an Illinois Solar For All Project Developer.
Helping Low-Income Communities Experience the Power of Solar
Quite remarkably, despite the national epidemic of political gridlock, Illinois lawmakers took decisive action in December 2016, to address low-income access to solar electricity and solar employment. They created Illinois’s Solar for All Program under the Future Energy Jobs Act. which was signed into law in December 2016.