Hozho Homes

(Formerly the Navajo Clean Energy Program)

The Hozho Homes Program provides Hopi & Navajo families access to off-grid solar photovoltaic systems through a low interest lease. The program also supports a workforce development program that will train Native American solar installers to build and maintain off-grid PV systems, create jobs and prepare installers to work with grid-tied projects nationwide. The program is designed to bring in key partners and contractors to achieve energy access for Native American families in the U.S.

Get Started

If you are inquiring about a solar PV system for your or your family member’s home, please fill out the questionnaire and check out our process.

Process

1.

Fill out a customer survey

This form will ask for contact information, details about the home and electricity usage to verify the PV system size will meet the family’s needs.

Access the survey here.

2.

Site Visit

An installer will contact the customer to schedule a site visit. This site visit will allow the customers to ask follow-up questions, and provide the installer with additional details needed for the install.

3.

Payments & Loan Agreements

Our lending partners will provide details about the overall cost of the system, the monthly payments, and additional details of the loan.

This step is still in the works.

4.

Install

The installers will schedule a date when the homeowners are home to do the PV system install. The homeowners may be expected to prepare the site, and should be home to understand the process and any maintenance details.