Are you interested in solar power, but you either rent, don’t have a sunny roof or solar panels aren’t in your budget? No problem! Now you can go solar by subscribing to a community solar project. Most residential customers, businesses and nonprofits are eligible to participate.
To get started, just grab a copy of your latest electricity bill and contact one of the organizations listed below for your utility. A subscription manager will guide you through the process. They will look at your utility data and recommend a subscription size that’s right for you. They can also explain your contract and answer your questions. Follow the links below to start your journey. You can also learn more about signing up on our FAQ page.
Here is the list of subscription managers currently enrolling new participants in projects. This list will change as new projects open, so check back later if there isn’t someone recruiting in your utility territory now.
Electricity customers with low incomes:
You may qualify for discounted rates. Learn more.
The subscription manager will explain community solar program details to you, and you can use the checklist provided below to make sure you have all the answers you need before signing up. Find additional information in our FAQs and Subscriber Resources.
Reach out to a subscription manager in your utility territory: