Participate in Community Shared Solar

 

Select “Host Form” if you are interested in hosting a community shared solar array.

Select “Subscriber Form” if you are interested in learning more about how you can reduce your energy bills by subscribing to a community shared solar array.

 
Host

Host Form

Lease your roof space to generate revenue

  • Property tax abatement up to $250,000
  • Bids from vetted contractors
  • Support clean energy in your community
Subscribe

Subscriber Form

Sign up for community shared solar information

  • Save on energy bills
  • Go green
  • No roof required
 
 
 

Participate as a Developer

 

Select “Solar Contractor” if you are interested in only the installation (construction) of the community solar systems.

Select “Subscriber Manager” if you are interested in managing the relationship among the community solar subscribers, the community solar system owner, and the utility.

Select “Community Shared Solar Developer” if you are interested in the installation (construction) of the community solar systems as well as managing the relationship between the community solar subscribers and the utility.

 
Solar Contractor

Solar Contractor

Solar contractors are responsible for the installation (construction) of the community solar systems. These firms may also be responsible for engineering and procurement.

Subscriber Manager

Subscriber Manager

Subscriber managers are responsible for managing the relationship among the community solar subscribers, the community solar system owner, and the utility.

Community Solar Developer

Community Solar Developer

Community shared solar developers are responsible for engineering, procurement, construction, and management of the community solar array. In order to qualify for this role, the firm must qualify as both solar contractor and subscriber manager.

 
 
 

Participate in ACCESSolar

 

Select “Learn More” if you are interested in learning more about the ACCESSolar program.

Select “ACCESSolar Developer” if you are a developer interested in teaming up with ACCESSolar Community Board Organizations and Non-profits to install shared solar systems on smaller public housing sites.

Select “ACCESSolar CBO/Non-profit” if you are a CBO/Non-profit interested in teaming up with ACCESSolar Developers to install shared solar systems on smaller public housing sites.