Import your data. Claim your SolarCoin. We support automated data import and claiming for many of the largest solar energy platforms, with more on the way. Grants of SolarCoin are issued at the rate of 1 SLR per MWh of energy granted, including retroactive grants for production after January 01, 2010. Where do you view your solar energy data?*AGL EnergyDrakeregaugeEnphase enlightenFroniusLocus energyHuawei / NetEcoMeteo controlMomentum SolarOrigin Energy AustraliaPetersenDeanSchneider electricSkytronSolar-logSolarCity (Tesla)SolarEdgeSun powerSunnovaSunrunOtherWe're adding new providers all the time. Who provides your solar data? What is the link to view your energy production data?*What is your monitoring platform username?*What is your password?*Logins are securely stored during the claim review period and then erased. We recommend changing your password after your claim review for extra security. If you have questions, please contact email@example.com.What is your email?* We will email you once your claim has been processed and your SolarCoins are ready. Import and Claim FAQs Why should I do this? SolarCoin (SLR) is a free incentive to accelerate the renewable energy transition. The average household has produced enough power to claim §52.00 SLR since 2010. Prices are volatile, but historically this claim of §52 SLR has ranged from $2.60 to $114.40 USD. How long does it take? Grant processing and data confirmation typically takes a few days. SolarCoin grants are issued monthly. Is my data safe? We encrypt everything using 128 bit SSL level encryption. Data is only stored as long as needed to verify the claim, then erased. We do recommend changing your password after the claim has been issued for extra security. We don’t share, resell, give away, or distribute your data to anyone. What data do you use? Name Address Installation date Solar installation nameplate capacity When do I get my SolarCoin? If everything looks good, grants are sent out at the beginning of each month. Have other people claimed SolarCoin? Since 2014, the SolarCoin Foundation has granted to solar installations who have produced a collective 11 terawatt-hours (TWh), enough to power 11 million American homes for a month.