Commercial Solar Power Purchase Agreement

(CSPPA)

How Does it Work?
Eligibility
Benefits
Case Studies
Program Terms

A new system for solar.

The Commercial Solar Power Purchase Agreement (CSPPA) allows building owners to experience the benefits of solar energy with no out-of-pocket costs and without the burden of owning and maintaining a solar PV system. A third-party developer installs, finances, owns and operates the solar energy system on the customer’s property. The customer then purchases the system’s electric output for a predetermined period through a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA).

Through the PPA, a set price per kWh offers the customer stable and often lower-cost electricity compared to the utility’s charges per kWh.

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How does Solar PPA work?

Choose an Participating Contractor.

We will work with your selected installer to manage the system’s installation and then manage and maintain the system for the contracted term.

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See If You’re Eligible

We will work with your selected installer to manage the system’s installation and then manage and maintain the system for the contracted term.

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How Do I Find Our More?

We are available to answer questions, explain the program, and walk you through the process from start to finish. We can also help identify potential installers for your project.  Contact us to schedule a welcome call to discuss your goals, the project process, and what to expect.

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What are the benefits of the Solar PV Agreement?

Save on Your Electric Bill

You buy the solar generated electricity from the solar array on your building at an established cost and reduce your energy used and energy costs from your utility provider.

Hands-off Maintenance

Third party owned and managed

No Surprises

Only pay for the electricity produced by the solar system at a pre-determined rate. No added fees, unexpected maintenance, or added insurance costs.

per kWh contract price on 20 to 25-year contract.

Accessible & Affordable

No out-of-pocket; not added to the development budget

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