We’ll pay you to help increase our
community solar subscribers.
Enhance your customer retention by helping them save money on electricity while generating additional revenue for yourself.
An additional revenue opportunity without affecting your current one.
Receive a referral fee from Con Edison Solutions for each of your customers who subscribe to our community solar farm!
Expand your offerings and participate in the growing solar market.
Partner with a company that has nearly two decades of experience working with electricity brokers and is also part of the second largest owner and operator of solar assets in North America.
Contact us for more information on how Community Solar from Con Edison Solutions can help grow your business.
Learn more about how Community solar works – watch the video…
What Is Community Solar?
Solar panels are installed at a centrally located solar facility. Nearby residents and businesses, whether they rent or own, can enroll in the program and save on electricity while supporting local solar power generation*. Click here to learn more about how Con Edison Community Solar works.
There is no upfront cost, no long-term commitments, and there is nothing to be installed or maintained on your customers’ property.
Residences and small businesses (>25kw) can qualify and they do not need to own their property to participate in Community Solar
You receive a payment for each of your customers that subscribe.
What is the Opportunity?
Why Con Edison Solutions?
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from Con Edison Solutions.
* Our current offer has customers retaining 10% of the community solar credit generated by the facility. Savings may vary depending on the specific solar facility. Customers receive a bill credit from the utility for their share of the community solar facility’s output. Con Edison Solutions will then invoice the customers for the solar energy credit at a price that is lower than the value of the utility bill credit received. The savings is the difference between the energy credits received from the utility and the amount paid to Con Edison Solutions, so the amount of electricity purchased by the customer (and its rate) is not impacted.
**Source: Wood MacKenzie U.S. Solar Market Insight Report – June 2019.