Community solar works a lot like a community garden. Local utility customers sign up for subscriptions to a central solar facility—known as a community solar garden—and receive credit on their utility bills for energy produced.
When you join a community solar garden, the energy produced goes toward your electric bill. How much you save depends on how much energy the solar garden produces. Most members save 10% annually on their electricity bills.
By joining a community solar garden, you’re saying yes to renewable energy in your neighborhood.
Ready to go solar? Below is a list of community-powered solar gardens currently being built. Membership is limited so apply soon.
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