About Community Solar

Community Solar Is....

A great option for renters or homeowners with a poor

roof for solar.

If you move within your load zone, your plan can

move with you.

You never have to worry about maintenance.

You are not eligible for some state incentives to

reduce the cost of solar.

Advantages

Disadvantages

Subscription-based community Solar

This solar farm is located in Johnstown, NY and is ready to serve households in the Capital Regions

This option is available for National Grid customers in Load Zone F in the Greater Capital District.

How does a Subscription with Common Energy work?

  • Guaranteed Savings. No deposits or upfront payments. You only pay for electricity from the solar farm.

  • Electricity from the solar farm will always cost 10% less than the utility. No matter if your utility rates go up or down, the rate you pay will always be 10% less.

  • No roof required. Single-family homes, apartments renters, and condos can join.

  • No installation at your home. The installation at the solar farm produces the electricity.

  • You don't need to switch your electricity generator. Whether your generator is the utility or someone else, you just pay less.

  • Your payment for clean electricity goes to the solar farm, not the utility.

  • You can canel without penalty by giving 90-day advance notice.