Solar Landscape Customers Have Now Saved More Than $1 Million in Energy Costs


Together, Solar Landscape’s 10,000-plus community solar subscribers have saved more than $1 million off their energy costs, an average of $247 per household. Today’s announcement comes ahead of “National Cut Your Energy Costs Day” tomorrow, January 10.

In Solar Landscape’s innovative model, community solar customers get the benefits of solar energy without putting solar panels on their property, even if they rent their home, live in an apartment or condominium, or don’t have the financial resources to invest in solar.
Solar Landscape enrollees save 15 to 20 percent off the cost of energy generated by community solar. Low- and moderate-income (LMI) subscribers often save even more. Subscriptions do not have long-term contracts or sign-up or cancellation fees.
Enrollment opportunities are still available in some areas. To enroll or join a waiting list for upcoming projects, visit

Making Solar Affordable and Accessible

Solar Landscape has pioneered the model of generating solar energy on commercial rooftops for community solar. According to November 2023 data from nonprofit Groundswell, Solar Landscape is now the nation’s leading community solar provider to lower-income households.

These households bear a disproportionately high energy burden, defined as the percentage of gross household income spent on energy costs. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, energy burdens are three times higher for low-income households than for non-low-income counterparts.

“With the recent legislation affirming the state’s commitment to making solar accessible to everyone, we believe that community solar will become a critical component for energy savings for low- to moderate-income families in New Jersey,” said Channell Wilkins, CEO of O.C.E.A.N. Inc. “Soon, with consolidated billing, the billing process will be even easier, reducing one more barrier to clean energy access and cost reduction for low-income residents.”

For residents living in affordable housing or working toward home ownership, reducing energy costs is an important step forward.

“Every dollar residents save by enrolling in community solar can be used for other necessities,” said Affordable Housing Alliance CEO Randi Moore. “The success and growth of this program will advance energy equity throughout New Jersey and create tangible benefits for our residents.”

About Solar Landscape

Solar Landscape is the leading commercial and industrial rooftop solar developer in the U.S. with experience in both community solar and behind-the-meter solar projects. The company employs 160 people and has built over 250 megawatts of solar energy projects. As the nation’s leading provider of community solar to lower-income households, Solar Landscape is on a mission to make energy affordable and accessible to everyone under the sun. For more about Solar Landscape, visit