What is

Solar Education Week?

RE-volv and partners are thrilled to launch Solar Education week to spark a national conversation about solar energy and a just transition to a clean, resilient economy. In the week leading up to Earth Day, college students, Solar Ed week partners and community members around the country will host solar education events in their community. Stay tuned as we collectively share the benefits of solar to friends, family, colleagues, on the internet - you name it.

Follow #SolarEdWeek to learn more about solar throughout the week on social media.

How do

I Participate?

Attend Events

Check below for events in your area! Don’t see one? Host an Event! Host a Solar Education event at your home, workplace, or local community center. Screen a film, host a discussion, or throw a solar party. Be creative!

Learn About Solar Education

Include following the hashtag #SolarEdWeek, come back each day for a new article, and learn more about solar at the Solar Education Center

Take Action on Solar

Join the movement and take the initiative during Solar Education Week!

Want to

Learn More About Solar?

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Solar Education Center

Head to RE-volv’s Solar Education Center for even more on solar, careers in the industry, and how to bring clean power to nonprofits in your community.

Looking for ideas for

Your Virtual Solar Ed Week Event?

Here are a few suggestions!

Trivia night

Host a virtual solar trivia night

Film screening

Host a virtual environmental film screening with a discussion afterwards

Book club

Host a virtual book club and discuss a climate related book, such as Climate Courage

Letter writing

Host a virtual letter writing event where you educate attendees about solar and write letters to policy makers


Host a virtual panel and invite an expert to give a talk about solar

Invite a Solar installer

Invite a solar installer to answer questions about going solar during a virtual event

Help Spread Solar in Your Community

Become a Solar Ambassador & help nonprofits go solar!

Get Involved and help nonprofits go solar!

Ready to be a part of climate solutions and bring clean energy to your community?
Become a RE-volv Solar Ambassador Fellow and get the tools, training, and support to help bring solar to a community-serving nonprofit in your community! For more information and to sign up:

Solar Education Week


Solar Education Week is a partnership effort by leading clean energy organizations to engage individuals across the country to organize and participate in Solar Education events!

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Why participate in

Solar Education Week?

  • You can play a critical role in spreading the word about solar and how it benefits communities across the nation. The message is simple: solar is affordable, sustainable and provides communities at all economic levels with clean energy and energy independence.
  • By coordinating a national solar education effort, we can engage our local and nationwide networks and the press in order to spread the word about solar and promote its increased adoption.
  • Solar is a unique solution to climate change because it’s something that anyone can get involved with. Solar Education Week allows everyone to participate in reducing carbon emissions and creating a 100% renewable powered future for all.



We agree to financially support the campaign:
  • Megawatt Sponsor (name and logo listed on page): $1,500
  • Kilowatt Sponsor (name listed on page, no logo): $750
  • *RE-volv is a 501c3 nonprofit. All donations are tax-deductible.


We agree to promote Solar Education Week by:
  • Sending at least three emails to our network encouraging them to host events.
  • Sharing at least 10 social media posts leading up to and during Solar Education Week.
  • Do yo have another way of promoting Solar Education Week you'd like to offer?
    Let us know!

Are you a foundation or company interested in sponsoring? Click here.