Sol Customer Solutions

Where We Work

Sol Customer Solutions actively develops solar projects for commercial, industrial and municipal customers across the country. Given the varying incentives offered at the state-level, solar customers in different states realize cost savings in different ways. Sol is currently active in, but not limited to, the following markets:

Interested in how you can go solar in your state?

Shoot us an email at energy@solsystems.com, read our below state market section, or fill out our intake form to see if your space is right for solar.

Maryland


Maryland's solar market renaissance is just beginning and corporate/municipal entities are well-positioned to benefit from Maryland's current market conditions.

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New Jersey


New Jersey boasts one of the strongest and most mature solar markets in the country, offering a multitude of options for corporate and municipal customers to save money through going solar.

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Washington, D.C.


With the rise of solar energy, D.C. property owners now have multiple ways to bring in extra cash flow by leasing out their property for solar.

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New York


New York recently pledged over $1 billion in investments in clean energy over the next decade to support the Clean Energy Standard. This mandate that 50% of the state’s electricity must come from renewable energy by 2030 promotes the development of solar energy for customers across the state.

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Illinois


Illinois' recently passed Future Energy Jobs Act is helping corporate, non-profit and municipal entities realize the benefits of onsite solar energy.

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Nebraska


Nebraska continues to serve as an ideal market for utilities, co-ops and public power districts to save money through the addition of solar to their energy portfolios.

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Massachusetts


Massachusetts' continues to be a solar leader on the east coast. Learn more about the benefits of going solar in the Bay State.

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Maine


Sol works with Maine customers with eligible space and energy usage to install a solar energy system on unused land or roof space at no cost. Learn more about your opportunity in the state.

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California


California is home to the United States’ largest and robust solar energy market. Designed to help the state reach its ambitious environmental goals, the state has numerous incentives and programs to help companies and organizations achieve sustainability goals and save money on their energy bills.

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Virginia


For businesses, municipalities, non-profits, and school districts across Virginia, the new incentives created by the Virginia Clean Economy Act provide the ability to achieve a low-cost, long-term fixed rate of electricity from an onsite solar project through a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA).

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