Renewable Energy

solar energy guide

If you are trying to make decisions about how you would like to utilize renewable energy resources for your home, we are your source for information. Check out our guide to solar energy.

If you believe our Cooperative Solar rate plan is right for you, you may complete our Cooperative Solar Agreement.

To find out more about Coast Electric’s solar energy rate, or to determine if rooftop solar is a good option for your home contact:

Scott White – Pearl River County – 601-889-5109
Phillippe Michel – Hancock County – 228-363-7261
Tyler Green – Harrison County – 228-539-5720
Director of Residential Energy Management: Mark Wallace (228) 363-7305

Solar Installation Process

Residential Distributed Generation Agreement

Residential Application for Distributed Generation

If you have determined that you would like to install rooftop solar panels on your home, you must fill out the agreement above. Why do we require a legal contract for solar electric (photovoltaic) systems? When solar electric generation is connected to utility-metered wiring at your home or business, it is interconnected to our wholesale power provider and ultimately to the national power grid. Failure to meet certain standards can create a serious safety hazard for owners, power line crews and others.

Interested in solar power? Use the solar estimator to see what your costs could be.

Learn more about solar energy Solar Energy Basics for Homes and Businesses

Learn more about renewable energy.

Federal tax credits for energy efficiency.Tax incentives for energy efficiency.

Tax incentives for energy efficiency.

National Renewable Cooperative Organization

Geothermal Heating and Cooling Information