January 3rd, 2019 | by Derek Markham
In a bid to reduce the energy costs for low income New York households, while also helping to increase access to renewable energy for both renters and homeowners alike, the state is enabling no-cost community solar for up to 10,000 residents
October 25th, 2017 | by Sponsored Content
the Illinois state legislature recently enacted the Future Energy Jobs Act (FEJA): this legislation will include traditional residential and commercial rooftop solar, but it will also introduce more community solar projects – 400 MW worth.
December 8th, 2016 | by Susan Kraemer
For the first time, anyone with an electric bill can subscribe to nationwide community solar and get solar credits deducted from their utility bill. Arcadia Power has rolled out the first nationwide community solar plan, regardless of where your electricity comes from, and which utility provides it