• Why am I getting a bill from you as well as my utility?

    Community solar subscribers receive two monthly bills. The utility will issue you a bill each month for their energy minus the value of the Nexamp community solar credits. Nexamp will then invoice ...

  • How am I saving money?

    Once the solar farm goes live, your savings begin in about two to three billing cycles. Your reserved share of the solar farm earns you energy credits as it generates power. These credits are autom...

  • What is community solar?

    You subscribe to a share of a local solar farm. The solar farm feeds clean power into your community’s electric grid while earning you energy credits. As our solar farm begins feeding clean power i...

  • 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...

  • When does my farm go live?

    At Nexamp, the timing for when our solar farm goes live can vary greatly depending on your state, utility, and assigned solar farm.  Since reserving spots on a solar farm can be competitive, we of...

  • What are your rates?

    At Nexamp, our approach to electricity rates is unique because we focus on community solar programs instead of acting as a traditional electricity supplier. Here’s an explanation of how this works ...

  • Can I adjust the number of solar credits I am receiving?

    Credits are based on the generation of energy from your assigned share of the solar farm. The power generated by a community solar project varies from month to month based on the amount of sunligh...

  • How does my subscription work with LIHEAP?

    LIHEAP (Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program) and similar energy assistance programs provide valuable benefits to help manage your electricity costs. When you consider joining our community ...