Roofless Solar
Xcel Energy has partnered with community solar developer Clean Energy Collective (CEC) to provide roofless community solar for their electric customers. Now you can own solar panels in the Roofless Solar Array. Space is limited, so act fast and reserve your panels before they’re all gone.

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White House Holds National Community Solar Summit
Obama Administration Holds Community Solar-Focused Summit
Posted: November 18, 2015
Community Solar Helps Transition to Clean Energy
Cities, States and Businesses Work Together to Increase Solar Access
Posted: November 17, 2015
Massachusetts Energy Debate Sizzles
Energy Issues Face Massachusetts
Posted: November 17, 2015
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What Is Community-Shared Solar?
Community solar arrays, sometimes referred to as solar farms or solar gardens, are centralized solar facilities owned by individual community members who receive credits on their electricity bill for the power produced. With community solar, any resident or business can take advantage of solar power, even renters! Customers receive the same financial benefits as they would if the solar panels were installed on their roof. Since CEC performs all of the maintenance and provides a warranty, consumers don’t have to worry about maintenance or repair More…
Clean Energy Collective
Clean Energy Collective (CEC) is the nation’s leading developer of community-shared solar. With CEC, residential and commercial utility members can own fully maintained solar panels in a local, centralized facility. CEC’s proprietary RemoteMeter software credits customers for the clean power produced directly on their monthly electric bills. In one easy step, members receive a positive financial payback and reduce pollution – without making any changes to their property.

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"CEC has rapidly spread its wings, and is now active in many states across the U.S."
- Forbes Magazine
"They are developing a new model for the 21st-century electric grid."
- National Geographic
"It opens up solar financially to a much broader swath of people."
- Fast Company
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