Become a Member
Membership in Wascana Solar Co-op allows you to become part of the solar energy movement in Saskatchewan.
With a membership you will be entitled to vote at meetings, elect the board members and help to determine the direction of the co-op. To become a member you must purchase a $100 Class A Common Membership Share. This is a lifetime membership share – you do not have to renew it annually.
To qualify for membership you must:
- be a Saskatchewan resident
- be over 18 years of age
- have purchased and paid for one Class A Common Share at $100
All applications must be submitted to the board for approval.
Two or more persons may apply for joint membership however only one of the parties to a joint membership will have a vote or may hold office if elected as a director.
Once you have a Class A membership, you have the choice of participating in Wascana Solar Co-op’s Group Buy Program – which provides you with the opportunity to have solar panels installed on your residence or business at a reduced rate due to bulk purchasing. If you would like to participate in the WSC Group Buy, please check the appropriate box in the membership application below. Once your membership is confirmed, you will be contacted with information regarding participation in the next Group Buy.
As a member, you are also eligible to purchase Class B Preferred Shares in one of Wascana Solar Co-op’s Solar Investment Opportunity projects. When available, members may purchase single or multiple Preferred Shares to a maximum of 10% of the project. Preferred shareholders will be eligible to receive dividends on each Preferred Share project. If you are interested in purchasing WSC Class B Preferred Shares in our next Solar Investment Opportunity, we will contact you once the next share offering is available.
Membership Application Form
If you would like to join the Wascana Solar Co-op, please complete and submit the information below to purchase a $100 Class A Common Membership Share.
Wascana Solar Co-op (WSC) will be holding our third Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Wednesday, May 27 starting at 7:30 pm. Due to the restrictions of COVID 19 this will be an online meeting. All members currently holding a Class A member share can participate.
SaskPower announced Thursday that the program has now reached the 16MW cap and will no longer be accepting applications until further notice.