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Community Solar is for you if...

• Your home is not suitable for solar due to shading, surface area, or roof conditions.
• Your HOA, Village, or Township is concerned about aesthetics.  
• You're currently a long-term renter.
• Purchasing a system is out of your current budget.

Want to be added to our waiting list for the next project in your area?


How is community solar different than traditional rooftop solar?

Illinois recently opened the community solar market, which is very exciting.  When you subscribe to a community solar project, you receive a portion of the energy generated by a larger centralized system.  While a traditional system is installed on your roof or in your yard, a community solar project is deployed on available unused land or large commercial roof space in your area.  A community solar system is owned and operated by a 3rd party investor or utility and a portion of the financial benefits are extended to the subscribers with a reduced electricity rate, typically 10-15% less.