Of course. You won’t be treated any differently. Your utility will still provide your power and deliver service to you. The only difference is the power generated from your share of the solar farm will benefit your local electricity grid. And that’s the power that’ll appear as credits on your utility bill. Just remember – we’ll be sending you a separate bill for your solar subscription charges.
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- What is “Community Solar”?
- How does Community Solar work?
- What is a solar farm?
- How is this different from installing solar panels on my roof?
- Will I save money?
- Is there an upfront payment like with rooftop solar?
- Are there any fees?
- Will I still be a customer of my utility?
- Will I have a service interruption or notice anything different in the power I receive at my house?
- How do the seasons impact the solar panels?