Oxon Hill Community Solar Project
The Oxon Hill project, located in Oxon Hill and developed by Suntrail Energy, was the first community solar energy generating system to receive authorization to operate within Pepco’s Maryland territory, and one of the first large rooftop community solar projects in Maryland. In addition, it is the first community solar project in this utility territory that will supply energy to Pepco’s low- and moderate-income (LMI) residents. See below for more details on how you can tap into this great project.
Oxon Hill Project Benefits
Low- and Moderate-Income (LMI) Qualifications:
Below are the federal guidelines for low-income and moderate-income qualifications.
How does Community Solar work for me?
Community solar enables anyone who pays an electricity bill to tap into a local, solar farm installed offsite. Together with hundreds of other residents, you can subscribe to a share of a large solar project and have the same benefits like you had rooftop solar. Your solar energy will be delivered to you through your normal electric utility provider, so there’s no installation on your property or investment/upfront fees to be part of this.