Nope. We build and maintain the panels on our nearby solar farm. You don’t have to build, install or hook up a thing.
Your allocated share of the solar farm earns you energy credits as it generates power. These credits are automatically applied towards your account and reduce what you owe to your utility. You’ll pay us at a 10-15% discount for these credits compared to what your utility would have charged you.
No. Your power will still be delivered to your home by the same company – we’ll just feed our energy into their grid. If there’s ever a problem or outage, you’ll get the exact same service from the exact same people.
Yes (for now). We’ll send you a monthly statement for your share of the farm, and you’ll keep getting your regular electric bill (minus your earned credits). You can sign up for automatic bill pay, which can help alleviate any extra work.
If you have an electric account with either CMP or Versant in Maine you are qualified. To begin the process we will ask for your utility account number or a copy of your electric bill so we can see your usage and determine the size of your allocation.
You should start seeing credits on your utility bill 2-3 months after your project goes live. Developers are currently developing multiple solar farms across the state of Maine and by enrolling now, you are reserving your spot in one of these solar farms before they fill to capacity. We’ll keep you updated with project updates as we approach your project going live! We are currently anticipating power production in late fall early winter.
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