Community Solar/Shared Solar
Take advantage of Solar power without installing a Solar system!
If your home does not meet the criteria for a solar installation or if you are a renter you are now able to take advantage of lower electricity rates and cleaner electricity by enrolling in our Shared Solar program!
Please call and speak to a Shared Solar specialist to take advantage of lower electricity rates by becoming a subscriber to Shared Solar.
Utility costs are steadily increasing. Naturally, utilities will pass those costs onto consumers. A solar system allows you to lock in a portion of your energy prices today and watch your savings grow over time.
Power Production Guarantee
When you go solar, we design a system specifically for your home's needs. The Power Production Guarantee promises that if the system does not produce the minimum amount of kilowatts predicted, we pay you the difference. And if your system produces more kilowatts than promised, the power is yours at no additional cost.
Stress Free Coverage
Homeowners who go solar enjoy all of the benefits of solar with the added comfort of a money-back Power Production Guarantee, full system insurance, warranty, and no money out of pocket. Community Solar offers affordable payment options to free up household operating capital for other needs.
COMMUNITY SOLAR BENEFITS
- Quick and easy access to solar power
- Turnkey solar design and energy management system
- Affordable payment options
- Power Production Guarantee
- Utility bill savings
- Insurance and system warranty
- Worry-free maintenance and monitoring
YSG's Community Shared solar models allocate the electricity of a jointly owned or leased system to offset individual consumers’ electricity bills, allowing multiple energy consumers to share the benefits of a single YSG solar array.
Community Shared Solar subscribers are the community members who receive a percentage of the energy produced from the local YSG solar farm. Subscribers may be individuals or businesses;
Why Community Shared Solar?
The output of community shared solar arrays can be divided among residential and commercial energy consumers lacking the necessary unshaded roof space to host a PV system of sufficient size, or divided among customers seeking more freedom, flexibility, and a potentially lower price.