Frequently Asked Questions
Community solar is any solar project within a geographic area, in which the benefits of a solar project flow to multiple customers such as individuals, businesses, nonprofits, and other groups. These individuals benefit from the energy generated by solar panels at an off-site array. As a benefit of this clean energy generation on their behalf, they receive an electric bill credit for electricity generated by their share of the community solar system—similar to someone who has rooftop panels installed on their home. Community solar can be a great option for people who are unable to install solar panels on their roofs because they don’t own their homes, have insufficient solar resources or roof conditions to support a rooftop PV system due to shading, roof size, or other factors, or for financial/other reasons.
Anyone with an active utility account is eligible to receive all the benefits that community solar provides!
No. Your current utility will still service your account and deliver energy to your home or business. Any energy consumption that isn’t covered by your energy credits will be paid to the utility at their price.
If you move within the state, give us a heads up (90 days) and we will be happy to adjust your allocation accordingly. If you move out-of-state we will enroll you in a new program (pending availability) in your new state.
There is no cost to join our community solar program. You will receive a monthly invoice for the energy credits, produced by your solar farm and applied to your utility bill, at a discounted rate.