Any Potomac Edison/First Energy resident 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.
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.
Potomac Edison Utility Territory
The Flintstone solar farm is located directly at the intersection of Williams Road SE and Cresap Mill Road, right between Flintstone and Cumberland, Maryland. The farm’s location lies in the middle of Allegany County surrounded by beautiful vegetation and forests and sits near numerous streams that run down from Flintstone and Rocky Gap State Park.
The solar farm will generate an average of 2.7 Megawatts of electricity per year and will supply roughly 700 homes with clean energy over their 25-year lifespan. In addition, a portion of the project is solely dedicated to residents who qualify for our S.H.A.R.E Program: Apartment renters and homeowners who historically contribute the least amount of pollution. The farm’s solar shares will be subscribed by ratepayers who live in the Potomac Edison/First Energy electric utility territory.