CleanChoice Energy, a renewable energy company that empowers people and businesses to cut emissions and live cleaner lives, is opening 20.51 megawatts of community solar capacity available for residential customers. The new capacity is being supplied by fifteen solar farms owned and operated by AltusPower America in Blue Earth, Dakota, Douglas, Goodhue, McLeod, Meeker, Nicollet, Rice, Stearns, Washington and Winona counties and available for subscription to residents of those and the 20 adjacent counties. The capacity represents enough community solar subscription openings for approximately 3,550 Minnesota residents. CleanChoice Energy Community Solar customers have the opportunity to save money on their utility bills with no upfront costs or payments: CleanChoiceEnergy.com/Minnesota.
“Community solar represents the best opportunity to expand renewable energy in Minnesota. The state is the national leader for community solar, and these new farms mean thousands of additional Minnesota residents can participate in this great program,” said Tom Matzzie, CEO of CleanChoice Energy. “Community solar makes it easy for Minnesotans to go solar and save money.”
“Altus Power is proud to be a part of the expanding community solar opportunity for Minnesotans,” said Gregg Felton, managing partner of Altus Power America. “Affordable clean energy is now more accessible than ever before. We are pleased to be working with CleanChoice Energy to bring solar power to the local community.”
Minnesota community solar customers will sign up for community solar online at CleanChoiceEnergy.com/Minnesota. CleanChoice Energy is the largest community solar provider in Minnesota with more than 85 megawatts of solar capacity.
News item from CleanChoice Energy