Clean up Baltimore’s power
Join a local solar farm to help put clean energy into Charm City’s power supply. Plus, we’ll give you $100 toward your power bill when you sign up and donate $100 to the Baltimore Office of Promotion & the Arts.
A shared mission
There’s power in storytelling. That’s why we’re partnering with the Baltimore Office of Promotion & the Arts to recognize Baltimore’s most creative students through the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards. Because now more than ever, we need artists and storytellers to remind us that this beautiful planet of ours is worth fighting for.
What is community solar?
Maryland has passed legislation that allows homes and apartments to share in the savings from remote solar farms. We partner with solar developers to build farms in your local area and make it easy for you to enroll through our online platform. You’ll help clean up Maryland’s power supply, repurpose land, and boost the local economy.
The easiest way to save with solar
At Arcadia, we’re building technology to connect you with a local solar farm so you can get all the benefits of solar with none of the hassle.
Whether you rent or own your home, you can join a solar farm in your community. It’s solar for everyone, made possible by state legislation.
When the solar farm generates electricity, your community gets clean energy and you get savings on your power bill — up to 10%.
With no installations, long-term contracts, or extra costs, there’s nothing stopping you from investing in the clean energy future.
Signup takes only two minutes — we don’t even check your credit. You keep your current provider while your community gets cleaner.
How to join
Signing up is simple. All you need is two minutes and a utility account.
Create an Arcadia account
Enter your zip code to see what clean energy options are available in your area.
Sync your utility
Your utility doesn’t change and you’ll get energy the same way.
Manage your bill through Arcadia
Pay your bill automatically through our secure platform.
Signing up for Arcadia was super easy — I was able to join a community solar project in my state in just one click. Plus, it’s really easy to use.