S. 1093 was introduced in the 112th Congress, which has adjourned.

It has not yet been reintroduced.

You can increase the chances that the bill is revived in the new Congress by showing support for reintroduction.

Want to be notified when this bill is reintroduced?

View S. 1093 (112th) report

What’s your position on S. 1093 (112th)?

S. 1093: Solar Uniting Neighborhoods (SUN) Act of 2011

Summary: A bill to amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to provide that solar energy property need not be located on the property with respect to which it is generating electricity in order to qualify for the residential energy efficient property credit. (More Info)

S. 1093 was introduced in the 112th Congress, which has adjourned. It has not yet been reintroduced.

What POPVOX Users Say

POPVOX Nation:
88% Support
12% Oppose
(129 users)

View Report & Comments

114 users
15 users
order determined by social media popularity

Endorsing Organizations

Solar Energy Industries Association 89,362 Facebook fans 9,486 Twitter followers

The Solar Uniting Neighborhoods (SUN) Act allows homeowners that participate in community solar programs to utilize the existing residential solar tax credit. Community solar allows individuals to purchase "shares" of a collectively-owned solar system, which entitles them to receive some of the electricity generated by that system. These projects make it possible for those living in apartments or historic properties to go solar, but they are currently prohibited from using the existing federal solar tax incentives.

Read full position statement.