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Harrison County REC's Bright Spot: Community Solar

Harrison County Rural Electric Cooperative works hard to provide our members with options for clean, renewable energy that not only benefit the environment, but help our members save on their monthly electric bill. As your electric cooperative, we want to be your source for energy and information. Check out some of the links below to learn more about our community solar.

Frequently Asked Questions

1). What is a Community Solar?

Community Solars (also known as solar gardens, or shared solars) are solar panel systems that are larger than residential systems and are installed, operated, and maintained by the electric cooperative. Members can then participate in the program and in turn receive the production output of the panel through credits on their monthly electric bill. This opportunity allows members to receive the benefits of solar without the hassle of setting up a residential solar system.


View Live Production from HCREC's Community Solar

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