PG&E has established a program called Regional Solar Choice to encourage community solar development. A community solar site is a centralized connection to the grid that has multiple subscribers that take the output of the solar generation.
Rather than installing panels on your property we are building solar sites in your neighborhood and providing solar power to the grid.
Entering into a Customer-Development Agreement (“CDA”) with ReneSola Energy will lock in your rate for 20 years.
Subscribers can enjoy solar electricity credit without worrying about the operation and maintenance of the solar generation site.
No upfront enrollment fee or annual service charges.
Subscribers can enroll 25% of their kilowatt-hours to qualify.
The block purchase size is a minimum 100 kilowatt-hours. 50%, 75%, & 100% of capacity options are also available.
Subscribers will continue to receive monthly bills from their utility that includes charges from PG&E and will also receive a bill from the solar generator.
The community renewables program allows subscribers to fund the development of a local community solar project and receive a bill credit based on their portion of the solar project’s output to the grid.
Solar Energy Credit Generated in KWh
Pay subscription rate
Receive Solar Energy
Total Customer Cost = ReneSola Charges + PG&E Charges - PG&E Credit