A community solar project is a solar array set up by a utility or third-party company, where subscribers can subscribe for free to a share of the electricity produced.
Subscribers could be residential or commercial customers who would otherwise not have access to rooftop solar panels because they rent an apartment, live in an area without enough sunlight, or their roof is too small.
Through a community solar program, subscribers will receive an on bill credit of up to 10% a month. The credit on their electric bill will be applied to the subscriber's own usage, offsetting what they would otherwise have to pay for the electricity.
Community solar allows everyone to participate in the benefits of solar energy. Through your subscription you directly support renewable energy, save money on your electricity bill, and help create a cleaner, healthier environment for all.
The presence of a community solar farm in your town or city, provides jobs for residents, stimulates the local economy and feeds renewable energy into your local grid.
Electricity produced by your portion of our solar panels will allow you to save 10% on your monthly electric bill, and helps you support renewable energy.
We allocate you a portion of a shared solar farm in your area that will produce clean renewable energy on your behalf - no matter the season.
The electricity is sent to your utility company. You will see a credit on your monthly utility bill for the electricity produced by your allocation.
Your lights turn on as always: no installation, extra costs, or need to switch utility provider. Congrats, you finally get to benefit from affordable clean energy!