Community Solar Financing

Community solar projects, or shared solar energy plants, are solar developments whose electricity is shared by multiple commercial, municipal, school, or non-profit entities.  A hybrid between behind-the-meter & utility-scale solar, community solar has become a popular solution for utilities, energy consumers and local law makers.

Community solar legislation has been more widely adopted in states such as Massachusetts, New York, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Minnesota, Illinois and Colorado.

Community solar is an ideal solution for entities located in community solar friendly jurisdictions that are looking to cut their power costs and take part in a green initiative, without having to install panels on their own property.

SCF is actively acquiring community solar projects from developers, at various stages of development.

Contact SCF today to discuss potential terms for your community solar project.

Benefits of solar for communities:

  • Cost savings
  • Environmentally friendly
  • Sustainability commitments
  • Community Involvement
  • Reliability