Community solar was built around the idea of a virtual and offsite clean energy service for its customers. Eliminating the high cost and physical installation of solar panels was primarily intended to open access to solar energy for those unable to invest in or install rooftop solar.
In today’s new reality, the value proposition of community solar to the grid, its customers, and the environment remains strong. For community solar to continue to scale rapidly during these times, turning to existing community solar software services can lend momentum to slow or stalled developments, all while safeguarding the value in existing projects. Digital management platforms offer three main services that help developers quickly access resources to combat complexity and set themselves up for success.
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