Getting Started

  • How does Nexamp work?

    Nexamp manages, owns, and operates each solar farm through every stage of the project. We work with local landowners, agencies, and cooperatives to lease land for our solar projects. Interested hom...

  • How do I get started?

    The best way to get started is by visiting our community solar page and entering your zip code. We will ask for either your electric account number or a full utility bill, depending on your utility...

  • Why should I choose Nexamp?

    Founded in 2007 by two U.S. Army veterans, we’ve been pursuing our mission for over a decade – to build the future of energy that is clean, simple, and accessible. At Nexamp, our Community Solar pr...

  • Is Nexamp a third-party supplier?

    No, Nexamp is not a third-party supplier. We are a solar developer providing you with the opportunity to subscribe directly to one of our solar farms. This means that your utility/supplier will sti...

  • What are your sustainability practices?

    At Nexamp, we believe that success means maximizing our positive environmental and social impact. That's why sustainability and regeneration are at the core of everything we do. From project develo...

  • Digital Amazon gift card information

    Gift cards are delivered about 30 days after signing your agreement.  To deliver a seamless experience, we work with a third-party gift card partner, Tremendous, to manage our gift card program. Yo...

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Working With Us

  • Do you acquire other solar projects?

    In addition to designing, building, and operating our own projects, Nexamp also partners with and acquires commercial-scale projects that meet our rigorous standards for quality and execution. We w...

  • Does Nexamp do its own construction?

    Nexamp's team of in-house engineers handles every stage of the project. From civil to electrical and mechanical engineering, our team utilizes the latest technology to create precise plans that ma...

  • I want to host a solar farm

    That's great! To learn more about hosting a solar farm, click here.