The clean energy option that saves you money
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In partnership with Sol Suppliers, Ampion connects people and Community Solar farms, lowering costs and protecting the environment. Community Solar is one of the easiest ways to support clean energy and save money while you’re doing it.
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Help the planet
Joining Ampion is an easy way to help the environment by using solar energy to power communities like yours.
Thanks to your state's renewable energy incentive programs, Ampion members receive regular savings on their electricity bills.
No hassles, headaches or fees
Think of it as “solar as a service” — with no equipment to buy, install, maintain or worry about, you get to experience all the benefits of Community Solar without the hassles.
Available to all
Ampion is available to homeowners, renters and just about anyone who pays a utility bill, making it easy to take part in sustainable change and access real savings.
How Community Solar works
Sign up for free to become an Ampion member in as little as 5 minutes with your utility bill (to calculate your energy usage and savings)
Ampion matches you to a solar farm and assigns you a share of the Community Solar credits it generates based on your typical usage
The solar farm produces clean energy and delivers it to the grid, increasing the renewable energy available to your community and boosting sustainability
Community Solar credits are applied to your bill each month based on your share of the solar energy produced, reducing what you pay your utility
You pay for the Community Solar credits at a discounted rate, lowering your electricity bills and saving you money month after month
Public benefit corporporation
Ampion’s mission is to make it easy for everyone to access clean, renewable energy. As a Public Benefit Corporation, our success is defined by how well we serve the greater good, not just the profits we earn.
Still have questions?
That’s ok, Community Energy is new to most people. Lots of our customers had questions before they signed up so we compiled a list of some of the most common questions below.
Will my electric company change?
No. Your current utility will still service your account and deliver energy to your home or business. Any energy consumption that isn’t covered by your energy credits will be paid to the utility at their price.
What does it cost, & how much money will I save?
There is no cost to join our community solar program. You will receive a monthly invoice for the energy credits, produced by your solar farm and applied to your utility bill, at a discounted rate.
What happens if I move?
If you are moving to a residence that is still in the area of eligibility, you can take your subscription with you! As long as you reside in the same utility service territory, you can continue to be a part of your project.
Where can I sign up?
Who can join a solar farm?
The short answer is almost anyone! As long as you have an active utility account, you’re eligible. There’s no special equipment to buy or install. Don’t own your property? No problem. Homeowners, renters, places of worship, municipalities and businesses can all support and benefit from Community Solar.
Can I enroll in a solar farm before it goes live?
Yes. Subscribing to a solar farm while it is being developed is a way to reserve capacity for yourself. You will not be charged a subscription fee and you will not receive any Community Solar credits on your bill during the construction phase.
How are credits applied? To the entire bill or just the supply portion?
The Community Solar credits from your solar farm allotment are automatically applied to your monthly utility bill, reducing the total amount due. Bill credits offset all electricity costs: supply and delivery.
If you use more electricity than was generated on your behalf, the utility will invoice you for the difference. Use less electricity than your allotment generated and you may not owe the utility any money that month. Any remaining credits will be banked for future use subject to terms of the utility tariff.
Seasons have an impact on solar energy production. In the summer months, with longer and sunnier days, solar farms produce more electricity. In the winter, solar farms tend to produce less.