April customer success stories

As a renter with electric heat Jacoby was excited for #communitysolar to save money & use clean local energy #solarisworking @relay_power


Barbara & Danny are going solar without removing trees around their home that they love #communitysolar #solarisworking @relay_power


Jon is using local clean energy and saving money electricity every month #communitysolar #solarisworking @relay_power


George can’t do rooftop solar but he is saving with #communitysolar through @relaypower #solarisworking


This is a great idea. I don’t know why anyone wouldn’t do this. -Stan & Rosemary #solarisworking #communitysolar @relay_power


Living in a pine forest and possibly moving to CA in a few years makes #communitysolar from @relaypower a good fit for John #solarisworking


Living in the shade of a forest is not keeping Susan from going solar. She’s working with Relay Power to use community solar.


Living in Berkshires & working in public health, Barbara values #cleanair & #communitysolar is easy no brainer @relay_power #solarisworking

Community Solar Farm Brings Jobs and Choice

A recent article in the Daily Hampshire Gazette, notes that, “According to the Department of Energy, Solar now employs 374,000 workers, or 43 percent of the electric power generation workforce, almost twice as many as employed by all fossil fuel generation including coal, oil, and natural gas generation technologies combined.”

This shows the power of Community Solar to bring jobs as well as choice to area residents.  And of course, it also notes, “To learn all the details about this special program click here and you can schedule a no-obligation discussion with a representative of Relay Power, whose job it is to connect residents with this Community Solar Farm.”