Let’s make a power move together.

Starting a community solar subscription helps you save on your bottom line while bringing clean energy to your business and customers. No rooftop panels necessary.

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Your one-stop for solar.

Arcadia makes your solar experience seamless. We partner with nearly every US developer, so it’s simple to launch community solar for your business — even if you have multiple locations.

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All of the savings, none of the installations.

As your solar farm generates electricity, you receive savings. Solar credits are automatically applied to your monthly utility bill. Get lower energy costs without lifting a finger — or installing a panel.

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Work with the brightest.

Arcadia leads the industry with a growing portfolio of over 400 solar farms under management across 14 states. Join thousands of businesses lighting the way to net zero by trusting Arcadia to get connected with cleaner energy.


organizations connected to community solar farms.

Who we serve.

Whether you're a SMB, large organization, or a municipality, community solar can power you forward.

  • Small businesses
  • Corporations
  • Multifamily properties
  • Municipalities
  • Educational institutions
  • Hospitals
  • Non-profits

Ready to get started?

Contact us to learn how to bring community solar to your business.

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Arcadia member, Colorado
We recognize how urgent it is to end our dependence on fossil fuels and to replace those with verified, local green alternatives. We want a healthier earth for our children and our community.

Shining a light on solar

Learn all about the process that developers go through to build a solar farm — from the costs, to the permitting, to the construction, to connecting it to the grid.

Community solar savings help offset rising operating costs while maintaining affordable rent for low- and moderate-income residents.

Arcadia is the leading manager of community solar projects in the United States.

Our founder Kiran Bhatraju shares how we reached two gigawatts of solar capacity, and what this milestone means for the clean energy transition.

Frequently asked questions

If you’re in a community solar eligible utility, your business may qualify. Each utility has different requirements for eligible rate classes and usage, so we’ll need to evaluate each opportunity individually. If you’re interested in learning more about our community solar, please fill out this form.

How you pay your power bills on a community solar program depends on rules laid out by your state and your utility. Businesses in some utility areas can join a local solar farm without paying any bills through Arcadia. This is known as Utility Consolidated Billing, or “UCB”. This option is available to commercial accounts in New York and Virginia.

Businesses in other areas can maintain their current line of payment with their utility, but they will need to pay an additional bill with Arcadia. This is known as “Dual Billing”, and is available in Delaware, Massachusetts, Maine, Illinois, New Jersey, and New York.

Yet a third option exists where businesses can opt to pay only one bill through Arcadia, who will then send remittance to the utility. This option is known as Arcadia Consolidated Billing, or “ACB”. This option is available in Delaware, New Mexico, Maryland, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Maine, Illinois, Colorado, New Jersey, and New York. If you have a business in one of these utility territories and would like to learn more about joining our community solar program, please fill out this form.

We welcome business of all shapes and sizes, including those with multiple utility bills (yup, even across multiple utilities!). If you will be using the same form of payment for all your utility bills, we can nestle them under one Arcadia account for you. If you’d like the flexibility to have different properties pay with different payment methods, we’d recommend having one Arcadia account per payment method.

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