29 Mar '16, 9pm

Our Consumer-Friendly Community Solar Pledge provides a guide for consumers and businesses.

Our Consumer-Friendly Community Solar Pledge provides a guide for consumers and businesses.

As a leading renewable energy supplier and developer with a 15-year track record, Community Energy Solar has taken the Community Leader and Good Neighbor community solar pledge. We understand the importance of transparent, consumer-friendly contract terms and pricing that enable the development and construction of new solar power in Minnesota. As an example, our contract includes a straightforward cancellation option, which gives customers the choice to transfer the contract free of charge or pay a simple, low cancellation fee. Community Energy Solar is proud to take this pledge and we applaud Fresh Energy for developing Consumer Friendly Community Solar Rating and setting best practices for community solar garden subscriptions that work for consumers and new solar development. Interested residents can call Community Energy’s dedicated team of Solar Consultants to learn mo...

Full article: http://fresh-energy.org/communitysolarpledge/

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