Community solar allows businesses and consumers in Maine to save 10% on their electric bills. Maine passed legislation in 2019 to encourage the development of community solar and other small renewable energy facilities, providing for Shared Net Energy Billing.  This allows you to benefit from the renewable energy produced on a community solar farm. You will keep your current electric utility and start seeing a credit on your monthly bill from your community solar project. Here are some additional resources.

Maine Office of the Public Advocate Community Solar

The Sentry Cape Elizabeth Energy Committee Answers Solar Questions

WGME 13 What’s the deal with all those mailings about community solar farms in Maine

Maine Homes by Downeast Magazine Is Community Solar Right for You?

Press Herald Solar Energy Farm Subscribers in Maine Can Get a Break on Their Energy Bill

Natural Resources Council of Maine Community Solar Benefits Maine

New York State Energy Research and Development Authority How Community Solar Works (video)

Explainer Video How community solar works and the difference between community solar and ESCOs

Solar Power World New SunRaise community solar project in Maine now accepting subscribers

Maine Public Utilities Commission
Programs for Small Solar, Community and Other Renewable Energy Projects
Companies Authorized to Work in Community Solar in Maine (iSolar is listed 20 from top)

iSolar: Corporate Website Services Page

Arcadia: Community Solar

Ampion Renewable Energy: What is Community Solar