Go Solar Without Installing Panels
Community solar gardens are centrally-located solar photovoltaic (PV) systems that provide electricity to participating subscribers.
Community solar gardens are for people who want to go solar but are unable to do so on their own. Perhaps you live in an apartment, have a shaded roof at home, or don’t have space at your organization. Now you can subscribe to a community solar garden installed near you and get credits on your utility bill.
How does it work?
- Solar is installed: Solar PV panels are installed in sunny locations to produce renewable electricity.
- You subscribe: Individual entities can subscribe to enough solar to cover up to 120% of their annual electricity usage.
- You're credited on your utility bill: Each subscriber's utility bill is credited with the electricity created by their share of the solar garden.