Unity Solar offers a number of options specific to your home’s design and location. Some of our plans feature no upfront costs and no long-term contracts. Additional benefits, rebates and tax credits can substantially lower any costs to you.
If you own your home, you can choose ground-mounted or rooftop systems to either buy or lease. Alternatively, you can participate in a community solar program where your solar energy is generated off-site. Community solar gives you the opportunity to connect with other like-minded homeowners that share a solar energy system.
If you rent your home you can participate in energy savings by choosing community solar as well!
Unity Solar can help you determine whether or not solar is a good fit for your business. If it is, there is a range of options that will be tailored to your business needs. These options include ground or roof-mounted systems you can buy or lease, and community and third-party provider programs. Your solar energy can be generated either on or off-site.
Unity Solar will see that you get all the rebates and tax credits you qualify for. These benefits will significantly lower both your initial and ongoing costs. Solar energy not only improves your bottom line, but appeals to your customers as well!
Non-profit and Government entities:
Although government entities and non-profits can’t take advantage of tax credits, there are still many benefits to participating in solar. The cost of installation can be avoided completely with a lease or Pre-paid PPA, or participation in community solar. Energy bills can be reduced, freeing up funds for more productive use. Solar also protects tight budgets from fluctuating electricity rates.
Unity Solar will help you choose the program that is the most beneficial to your organization and then get multiple competitive bids for you.
2,056 megawatts of community solar have been installed in the U.S. through 2019
What is Community Solar?
Community solar is a shared solar farm in which local residents, small businesses, and religious institutions can subscribe to energy produced by a local solar farm to offset their electricity costs (also referred to as Community Distributed Generation
How does Community Solar work?
Electricity generated from a solar farm is delivered to the electric grid. Members receive solar bill credits each month that automatically subtract from their total costs to the Utility.
Who can participate?
Any resident, small business, or religious institution with an electric bill in the appropriate load zone can subscribe and go solar; regardless of whether the property is owned or rented.