Give-A-Ray by ComEd

Give-A-Ray℠ is a new solar offer designed to increase access to solar energy in [communities] and is made possible by Illinois Solar for All. This offer is only available to income eligible residents. Give-A-Ray offers the opportunity to take advantage of community solar – without paying any subscription fees. Customers can save on average $1000 annually on their energy bills.


Overview of the
Give-A-Ray Program

• Participant eligibility requirements are at or below 80% AMI
• Information available in both English and Spanish
• Mail-in subscriptions will be available
• Three-year enrollment
• Customers can also participate on LIHEAP
• Not an active participant in the following programs:

• Percentage of Income Payment Plan (PIPP)
• Supplemental Arrearage Reduction Program (SARP)

Maximum Income for Households to be Eligible for Illinois Solar for All

Number of people in Household

Naperville, IL HUD
(includes Cook, DuPage, Kane, Lake, McHenry, Will counties)
$58,350$66,700 $75,050 $83,350 $90,050 $96,700 $103,400 $110,050 
Kankakee, IL MSA$46,700$53,350 $60,000 $66,650$72,000$77,350$82,650$88,000
Rockford, IL MSA$45,100 $51,550$58,000  $64,400$69,600 $74,750 $79,900 $85,050 
Stephenson County, IL$42,800  $48,600  $54,650   $60,700  $65,600  $70,450  $75,300 $80,150  

For more Counties, click here.

Rockford Solar

Rockford Solar was selected in the first round of the Illinois Solar for All program and was completed in November 2021, bringing utility bill savings to over 500 low-income families.

Gar Creek Solar

Gar Creek Solar in Kankakee was developed as an Illinois Solar for All Project in conjunction with local community leaders and is located in a low-income and environmental justice neighborhood.

Eligible ComEd customers can subscribe to Gar Creek Solar and Rockford Solar and save annually on their energy bills.
Interested and eligible ComEd customers can apply to Give-A-Ray at