The District of Columbia’s Department of Energy and Environment’s (DOEE) Solar For All Program is an example of a city government working with local contractors to provide Solar Photovoltaic (PV) systems at no cost to District residents who meet the income-restricted qualifications. The District is funding the Solar For All Program through money generated by the generation of renewable energy certificates (RECs), which can be earned through the D.C. RPS program. To qualify for the Solar for All Program, the household must be below 80% of the Adjusted Median Income (AMI) for D.C. Through this program, DOEE has been partnering with several organizations to install solar on single-family homes and develop community solar projects to benefit renters and residents in multi-family buildings. Offsite community solar provides the benefits of solar to residents who cannot install systems on their own homes but can receive credit on their electricity bill by participating. Under Solar for All, the Solar Works DC Program was launched to educate and train low-income District residents on opportunities available in the solar industry and provide increased solar capacity in the District while reducing energy costs for qualifying low-income homeowners.