Is Community Solar for You?
Community Solar, or “shared solar,” is a way for multiple participants in a community to share the benefits of a solar array. It is a great way to “go solar” for those who cannot install panels themselves, but still want to cut their carbon footprint and save on their electric bill.
You won’t have to worry about maintenance or an installation. Plus, you can “go solar,” even if:
- Your home’s rooftop faces the wrong way or has too much shade
- You own a condo, or rent, and don’t own the roof
- You don’t have the money to invest in a solar array
- You’re concerned about how solar panels would look on your roof
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What You Should Know About Community Solar
How it Works: With community solar, you’ll receive credit on your electric bill for production from a share of a remote solar farm located in your region. You get these credits at a discounted rate, so you save on your utility bill from the time your share starts to produce. The developer takes care of maintenance and repairs, and you join the project with no upfront investment.
Find out if you qualify
Community solar is open to most residents and businesses in Massachusetts and Maine who have National Grid, Eversource, CMP, or Emera as their utility. Capacity varies depending on where you live and your utility. To check availability, click on the “Get Started” button below and enter your zip code.
Community Solar and the Relay Power Difference
We are dedicated to making it simple for people to make sustainable choices in their homes. Relay Power’s goal is to connect residents and small businesses with the programs that are right for their circumstances, and that will maximize their savings while minimizing their environmental impact. Relay Power specializes in community solar in Massachusetts, but we are expanding our efforts to include other states and programs.
More to Learn about Community Solar
Deciding to “go solar” with community solar makes a big difference, for you as well as your community. There’s a reason it’s growing in popularity – it’s an easy way to lower your utility bills and our carbon footprint. Check out these resources and give us a call:
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