Co-op Solar is a new solar energy program from Carroll White REMC. Unlike individual rooftop solar systems, Co-op Solar is a “community solar” system: a larger system that allows many co-op members to get the benefit of solar energy.
How it Works
Co-op Solar works by utilizing solar panels directly connected to the very same power grid that serves you today. That means you get the benefits of solar energy, without any onsite equipment or maintenance.
A Network of Solar Arrays
With solar arrays located in Peru, Wanatah, and Danville, Indiana, as well as Ste. Genevieve, Missouri, and Paris, Illinois, you can count on regular, dependable solar production. You benefit from our network of arrays, but never have to install a thing.
Is the Co-op Solar program a good investment?
Participating in Co-op Solar is a great way to reduce the environmental impact of your electric usage. However, it is not intended to be an investment, and you should not subscribe for the purpose of earning profits.
How to Participate
As a member of Carroll White REMC, you are eligible to participate. Homeowners and renters alike qualify for this program, and as long as you stay within co-op territory you can even move homes without stopping service.
Co-op Solar Rates
Pay as you go, starting at just $0.47 cents per block each month. (additional fixed monthly fee)
Lock in your rate through 2037 by paying either $342.24 per block up front, or by making payments in monthly installments of $2.59 per block.