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The DFW Solar Tour is organized by the North Texas Renewable Energy Group (NTREG) in coordination with the American Solar Energy Society’s 18th Annual National Solar Tour(

The National Solar Tour is the world’s largest grassroots solar event. The tour offers people the opportunity to tour innovative green homes and buildings to see how they can use solar energy, energy efficiency, and other sustainable technologies to reduce monthly utility bills and help reduce their impact on precious resources like air, water and energy. More than 165,000 participants will visit some 5,500 buildings in 3,200 communities across the U.S.

Event Details

About your Tour Hosts

Tour hosts have opened their homes and business to share their renewable energy and conservation knowledge and experiences with the public free of charge. The aim is to demonstrate the variety of ways that people can reduce utility costs, conserve resources, live healthy lifestyles, make their own electricity and more.

The DFW Solar Tour is a one-day event on Saturday, October 5.

Tour Hours: Generally speaking, tour hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., but times may vary at the discretion of the tour host, so check the individual site hours before you arrive. You can see a list of sites available on the tour as well as a map on our Site Locations page. By following the links for each site you will find visiting hours for each self-guided host site along with directions, brief property description and photos provided by the host site.

The DFW Solar Tour is free of charge

Solar Tour Etiquette

Visitors are guests, please be courteous and polite. Tour hours are generally 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Please don’t arrive early or late. Remember, tour hours may vary at some sites so it is important to check the individual tour host page on the DFW Solar Tour website to confirm visiting hours before you get started. There are no public restroom facilities at tour sites. Practice the Golden Rule and everything will work out great.

What is the North Texas Renewable Energy Group (NTREG)?

The North Texas Renewable Energy Group (NTREG) is a 501(c) (3) nonprofit volunteer organization and is the local chapter of the Texas Solar Energy Society (TXSES), which is the State chapter of the American Solar Energy Society (ASES). NTREG encourages its members to become members of the State and National American Solar Energy Societies, but we don’t require it.

“Together, we can drive the momentum of the world’s largest grassroots solar event and demonstrate that the benefits of solar energy and its energy-efficiency cousins have not only hit the mainstream, they’re also here to stay.”



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