Your home. Your energy. Your choice.

As a Minnesota resident, you could enjoy savings of up to $9,000 or more
with NRG Community Solar.1

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Your Minnesota
Community Solar Plan

You'll pay a predictable rate for production from your allocation of the solar farm, which will escalate annually at a pre-determined rate. If your bill credit rises in line with historical utility rates, you could enjoy an estimated $9,000 in savings by the end of your 25-year subscription.

Who's eligible?

Current Xcel Energy customers are eligible for NRG Community Solar. Contact a representative today to see if you qualify.

Questions? Answers.

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What will happen to my utility bill?

You will receive two bills each month – one will be your normal utility bill with the solar credits applied and the other will come from NRG Community Solar for your subscription rate.

What happens if I move?

If you move to a new residence but continue to be an Xcel customer within the same county as the Community Solar farm or in a county adjacent to the county in which the Community Solar farm is located, we will coordinate with the utility to have net metering credits redirected to your new account.

Where is the location of the solar farm and
when will it be built?

NRG Community Solar has several sites to build a Community Solar farm in your utility service area. Once you have entered into the customer agreement, NRG Community Solar will provide more information about the location and status of your assigned solar farm.

Will I save any money?

Our solar advisors will provide an estimated quote that can tell you how much you could potentially save based on your farm allocation amount.

Do you live in Minnesota?

Contact a Community Solar advisor.

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