NCSP provides technical assistance, in the form of tools, information and support, to partners to assist state, local, territory, and tribal governments as well as utilities and other community solar stakeholders (financiers, businesses, non-profit organizations, affordable housing providers, etc.) in designing and implementing affordable community solar models.
Technical assistance is provided by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, the National Renewable Energy Laboratory or third-party experts on various topics, including:
Currently, 40 partners have received or are receiving technical assistance, representing 18 states, Washington, DC, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
To be eligible for technical assistance opportunities, you must first join the partnership by registering with the community platform. Technical assistance opportunities will be available at multiple times throughout the year. Application instructions can be found on the community platform, and more details about the opportunity can be found in the technical assistance webinar slide deck.
Learn more about how partners have benefited from NCSP Technical Assistance.
Partners who received or are currently receiving technical assistance are: