Community Green Energy

Community Green Energy

Champion Community Solar By Hosting a Garden

Turn Your Space into Revenue and Community Goodwill

Community Green Energy is looking for sites that can host our community solar gardens. If you’ve got vacant land, an empty roof, or even a large parking lot, you may have what it takes to be a host of a community solar garden. Private and public sites are all welcome. We offer competitive lease rates based on how much solar your site can support and can even arrange for you to get a portion of the energy generated at no cost.

What Do I Have To Do?

Becoming a host of a community solar garden requires very little of you. Initially, Community Green Energy will perform a no-cost solar feasibility assessment of your property and provide you with a summary of how much solar your property can hold, where it would be placed, and how much you can earn from the community solar garden. This will include options for a traditional long-term lease arrangement as well as an opportunity to receive a share of the electricity that is generated at free of charge.

If your site is suitable for a community solar garden and the terms acceptable, a solar site lease agreement will be executed. Community Green Energy will take care of the design, installation, and operation of the community solar garden. All you need to do is sit back and collect your revenue as the sun shines.

Additionally, as the host of the community solar garden, we will allow you to sponsor the solar garden and put your name on it. After all, it’s your community, and people should see that you care about it. This is a great way for businesses, property management firms, schools, municipalities, and non-profit organizations to connect with and engage the surrounding community in a positive and mutually beneficial way.

Want to Host a Community Solar Garden, Here's how...

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