The Tri-County Solar Farm is a 3.1MW DC project that is located on a closed landfill in Delanco, NJ. It is one of the inaugural community solar projects in New Jersey, as part of Year 1 of the Community Solar Energy Pilot Program. This project is able to provide roughly 800 households in Camden County, Burlington County, and Mercer County with clean, renewable solar power, at guaranteed savings compared to the standard utility rate. You can view the Tri-County Solar Farm from the air here.
The majority of the electricity from this project is committed to serving low-and moderate-income (LMI) residents, and the project has letters of support from a local nonprofit community organization based in Beverly, NJ, called Ladies in Transit Holistic Community Development Corporation, as well as an affordable housing provider.
Listen to NJ State Senator Troy Singleton talk about the importance of Community Solar here.
A recent electric bill is necessary to connect your community solar subscription to our utility account. Either electronic or paper copies are acceptable.
You can start your subscription with a bank account, credit card, or debit card. We do not charge you until the community solar farm is turned on and generating electricity for your subscription.
This step is only required for those who may qualify for the S.H.A.R.E.™ program for low- to moderate-income residents. Examples include Medicaid card, EBT, and SNAP card.
You can now support the rapidly-expanding community solar market and help bring affordable, local renewable energy to neighbors all across the country. Learn more about our community round on Wefunder.