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7-year Pilot Program
Maryland is currently under a Community Solar Pilot Program through 2024, which is providing access to solar for all Marylanders without requiring property ownership.
The community solar program has the potential to reduce the energy burden on low-to moderate-income (LMI) Maryland households while generating solar power on developed land, such as rooftops and parking canopies.
Let's make sure ALL Marylanders benefit from solar energy. Contact your local officials and urge them to make the Community Solar program permanent in Maryland.
CCSA Announces 2022 “Community Solar Champions”
23 Legislators, Agencies, Advocates, and Community Organizers from Washington, D.C. and Five States Honored for their Role in Expanding Community Solar
Coalition for Community Solar Access Issues Scorecard Ranking Maryland Legislators on Support for State’s Pilot Program
The Coalition for Community Solar Access (CCSA) has issued its first legislative scorecard ranking delegates and senators on their support for Maryland’s Community Solar Pilot Program during the 2021 – 2022 Sessions.
New White Paper Promotes Strategies to Modernize Electric Grid Through Integrating Distributed Energy Resources (DERs) at Scale
Long interconnection queues and inefficient processes have slowed the deployment of DERs to a halt in many states, despite a growing body of research that demonstrates rapidly scaling up DERs.
Major Push to Bring Community Solar Power to Ohio Continues to Advance
The bill will allow for 1,000 megawatts of solar power to be installed by rural landowners and other citizens who want to realize the cost savings associated with community solar power,
Coalition for Community Solar Access Urges Congress to Pass Funding and Incentives for Community Solar Projects
The Coalition for Community Solar Access – on behalf of its over 80 members – has sent a letter to the leaders of the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives, urging passage of the federal funding and tax incentives for community solar projects