Blue Ridge chooses community approach to broaden solar power
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"Community solar is a good fit for electric cooperatives and our members," says CEO Charles Dalton. "This project will produce local, renewable energy for the members who want it." Community or shared solar means multiple people get electricity from a midsize solar farm, offering a convenient option for members who want to buy carbon-free power.
Community Solar Farm Update
August 15, 2017
Blue Ridge Electric Cooperative's phase-one solar project is energized! All production blocks are fully subscribed with the billing and credit process for subscribers now initiated.
Members will soon be able to monitor the solar farm's production via this website.
Phase-two in Oconee County is in the engineering and design stages. This farm's production has been fully subscribed as well.
If you would like to be added to a waiting list for blocks that may become available in the future, please sign up for the waiting list below.
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All of us at Blue Ridge are excited about this new endeavor, and we appreciate our members who have partnered with us in introducing this category of renewable energy to our system. We expect all our members to benefit from this undertaking, and we look forward to exploring other environmentally beneficial solutions that would make sense for all our membership.