Community solar is available for BGE customers!

Any Baltimore Gas & Electric customer who pays an electric bill can take advantage of a local community solar project and save money every month. You benefit by reducing utility costs while Maryland benefits from greener electricity and cleaner air. 

Joining a local community solar farm is easy.

You get a share of the output from a community solar farm in your area while earning a credit on your bill, lowering your electricity costs. 

Sign Up Online

When the community solar farm is ready for subscribing, follow the simple online-signup process that takes less than 10 minutes. There is no cost to join and you can cancel for free at any time.

We Deliver Solar to the Grid

Your share of our community solar project provides clean electricity to the local grid. You continue to receive power from your utility.

Receive Solar Credits

You will receive billing credits each month on your existing electricity bill. Your solar cost is less, enabling at least 10% guaranteed savings.

Friendship Solar Farm

Baltimore Gas & Electric

The Friendship Solar Farm, developed by Chaberton Energy Holdings, is located in West Friendship, Maryland (Howard County). The site itself is nearby the Howard County Fairground and is located on private farmland. The income from leasing the property will help the landowners continue farming the rest of their property for their local farm business.

The solar farm will be about 12-acres in size, and have solar-tracking technology that allows the panels to follow the sun’s path during the day. Additionally, the solar farm will hold a well-maintained pollinator-friendly habitat, and an additional 4-acres of native plants and trees will be planted around its perimeter.

The Friendship Solar farm will be providing clean, local solar energy to over 570 residential homes and small businesses in the Baltimore Gas & Electric utility territory.

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