SOMAH provides substantial incentives that empower affordable housing tenants to benefit from solar power — and creates jobs along the way.

SOMAH's unique, community-based approach...

  • Ensures long-term, direct economic benefits for low-income households
  • Helps catalyze the market for solar on multifamily housing
  • Supplies solar workforce development and technical training leading to meaningful jobs

If these are benefits you’d like to bring to your communities, we look forward to partnering with you to help make it happen.

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SOMAH get involved government

Download our content kit for templates and sample text to use in your email communications, district newsletters, website and social media posts.

The content kit includes:

  • One-page digital/print flyer
  • Copy-and-paste images and posts for social media
  • Copy-and-paste content for a newsletter or email
  • A short blurb about SOMAH

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SOMAH content kit for templates

Our interactive map shows eligible SOMAH properties by disadvantaged community (DAC), investor-owned utility (IOU) territory and legislative district. Use the map to identify eligible properties in your communities and download data to use in your own strategic planning.

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Need information on how SOMAH funds are being used? The California Distributed Generation Statistics website is updated weekly with information related to reserved and remaining SOMAH incentives in each participating utility territory, as well as other program governance reports.

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