Community solar is the perfect option for anyone who would like to tap into all the benefits of rooftop solar but without the extra costs or installation hassle. Whether you're a renter or a homeowner, you can subscribe to a nearby community solar farm and get clean energy powering your home—and you'll save money in the process!
JHU has partnered with Neighborhood Sun to help provide our community members with a means to get clean electricity without changing utility companies, paying extra costs, or worrying about expensive installations. If you live in Maryland and get your electricity through BGE, Pepco MD, Potomac Edison, or Delmarva Power & Light, you can subscribe to community solar to start saving money and fighting climate change with every electric bill.
Visit the Johns Hopkins/Neighborhood Sun website to learn more and receive a $100 gift card (usable at over 100 retailers and charities) after sign-up!
Register here to attend a live webinar at noon on Tuesday, June 27. The virtual session will be co-hosted by JHU and Neighborhood Sun, and will be a great opportunity to learn more about community solar and JHU's partnership with Neighborhood Sun.