Solar FAQ

To provide an affordable option for members to participate in renewable solar energy on a voluntary basis. It’s also one of the only ways for renters to participate in solar.

Piedmont Electric members can subscribe to the rights of the energy output from solar panels for $2.50 per panel/month. A member can subscribe to a maximum of 15 panels. You must fill out the Community Solar Participant Agreement.

The credit is based on the community solar’s monthly kWh generation from the number of subscribed panels times the Solar Energy Credit Rate in effect (credit per SQF Rate Schedule). Click here for the current rate schedule.

The solar panels continue to work even when the sun is not shining brightly; however, the output is limited.

Piedmont Electric is responsible for all maintenance and repairs of the community solar project.

No, you are not purchasing solar panels. You are subscribing to the production output of a solar panel.

This agreement shall be effective on the first month following the date of a signed agreement and shall continue until either 1) the program is discontinued; 2) the member notifies Piedmont Electric that they wish to discontinue participation in the program; or 3) electric service is discontinued.

  • Low cost way to tap into the power of the sun.
  • No hassling with maintenance; we’ll take care of that!
  • Our site is well-suited for solar panels, so you can be sure you’re getting the most out of the sun’s potential.
  • Site suitability is often an issue with solar installations.
  • Perfect for renters who want to be involved with renewable energy.
  • No red tape with zoning restrictions or homeowners’ associations.
  • Solar energy production will be credited directly to your electric bill.
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