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ComEd community solar projects begin sending $1,000 in credits per year on electricity bills

October 27, 2022

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Starting this week, income-eligible subscribers to three community solar projects run by ComEd in Illinois will begin receiving credits providing approximately $1,000 a year in savings on electricity bills for up to three years.

Each of these projects was developed in conjunction with ComEd’s Give-A-Ray program, a state initiative enabled by Illinois Solar for All, which seeks to increase solar energy’s affordability for income-eligible households. Community solar allows customers to gain the benefits of solar energy without installing panels in their homes. By subscribing to a solar project, like the three here – one in Rockford, Ill., and one in Kankakee, Ill., – participants can earn credits on monthly utility bills for their portion of the energy produced by the project.

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