Interested in clean, predictable electricity?
You can now subscribe to a local solar project to lower your utility bills and enable renewable energy investment.*
Save on Electricity
The percentage allocation of your Community Solar array is set for your contract term. With our fixed rate option, you can hedge energy price volatility. You pay no money down and can save from the first day.*
As long as you’re located within the same county as the project (or within 10 miles), you can participate. Your portion of the solar output is sized to suit your needs, up to 100% of your consumption.
As a subscriber of a local solar project, you can be a community leader. You also join other local businesses and residents that want the benefits of community solar.
Meet Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) goals as you participate in clean energy.
Our Community Solar Solution
We are a local leader in California solar, having served residential, commercial, and public sector customers around the state. And in Community Solar, ForeFront Power is a global leader with more than 150 megawatts of projects under development. Our Community Solar Program is designed to be hassle free through the following inclusions:
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Product Content Label
- ForeFront Power’s Community Solar Program is a renewable electricity product. This product is sold in blocks of kilowatt-hours (kWh) or kilowatt (kW) capacity. We require a minimum enrollment of 5 kW or 7,500 kWh, but can tailor an enrollment level to meet specific needs. a. For enrollment in kilowatt (kW) capacity, capacity does not guarantee a certain amount of output and individual units’ output may vary. b. The average kilowatt (kW) capacity needed to power a home in PG&E territory is 3.25 kW, producing an estimated 6,376 kilowatt-hours (kWh) annually.
- ForeFront Power’s Community Solar Program will include the following renewable resources. a. 100% solar energy from the Mahal Project, located at 9375 McCall Ave., Selma, California. b. The project’s production will be 100% solar energy.
- To view, as a comparison, the current average mix of resources supplying PG&E, please visit your utility webpage: PG&E.
- The average residential user in PG&E territory uses 531 kWh per month. The average commercial entity in the United States uses 6,311 kWh per month. [Source: PG&E, U.S. EIA, 2013-2014]
- For specific information about this electricity product from ForeFront Power, please contact Nate Butler at 415-766-8712 or email@example.com.
- For more information about the ECR program within PG&E, please visit the following webpage: PG&E.
- Learn more about Green-e Energy’s requirements for California utilities under Senate Bill 43 (SB43) at the Green-e ECR webpage. Learn more about Green-e Energy at www.green-e.org/ecr.
Price, Terms, and Conditions
- Company: The Community Solar Program is a renewable electricity product being offered by ForeFront Power.
- Enrollment Levels: Customer enrollment must exceed 25% of electricity usage from the project and may elect to enroll up to 100% of electricity usage.
- Contact Information: For specific information about this electricity product from ForeFront Power, please contact Nate Butler at 415-766-8712 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Billing: Enrolled customers will receive monthly bills from ForeFront Power’s Community Solar Program. During the customer’s enrollment period, the customer will continue to receive a bill from PG&E.
- Bill Calculation: For fixed rate contracts, the monthly bill will be calculated by multiplying the customer’s portion of project production by the fixed contract rate (per kWh). For an escalating rate, the monthly bill will be calculated the same as the fixed rate contract, however, the contract rate (per kWh) will increase annually at the contract escalation rate. For an indexed rate, ForeFront Power will index your enrollment rate at a fixed percentage discount below PG&E’s published bill credit rate during the contract term. For all pricing scenarios, non-generation utility charges will continue as usual and customers will continue to receive a bill from PG&E. The PG&E bill will include a credit for production from the ForeFront Power Community Solar Program, which changes over time.
- Enrollment Cost: Customer pricing will be based on a production (per kWh) rate. This rate will be 7.601 cents per kilowatt-hour (kWh) with a 0% annual escalator.
- Rate Change Over Time: The rate charged by ForeFront Power through the Community Solar Program is determined by the contract type. For fixed rate contracts, pricing will remain static during the contract term. For a contract with a price escalator, the rate will increase annually using the predetermined escalator. For an indexed contract to PG&E’s generation rate, the Community Solar Program rate will change over time in response to market fluctuations. The credit on the customer’s PG&E bill is subject to review and change based on CPUC ruling.
- Contract Termination: The customer may elect to terminate or cancel the contract on a monthly/annual basis. If the customer is in default, ForeFront Power may terminate this Agreement, sell Your Allocated Percentage to someone else, and recover from you a termination fee. To calculate this termination fee, we first take the amount of your estimated remaining payments in the contact. We then calculate the present value of that amount and subtract from it the present value of the amount ForeFront Power would receive for your allocated production from PG&E according to the project’s Power Purchase Agreement between ForeFront Power and PG&E. Customers may terminate without penalty should the energy product cease to be Green-e Energy certified.
- Contract Term: The ForeFront Power Community Solar Program enrolls customers for 20 year terms. At the end of each term, the contract will automatically be extended unless otherwise noted by the customer. The Customer Developer Agreement contract term is limited to the Power Purchase Agreement contract term and cannot extend past 20 years.
- Other Fees: Customers enrolled in the ForeFront Power Community Solar Program may be billed a late charge on the late payment balance of a rate per annum equal to the lesser of (a) the “prime rate” (as reported in The Wall Street Journal) plus two percent (2%) or (b) the maximum rate allowed by Applicable Law.
- Program Details: ForeFront Power is working with PG&E to have the Mahal Project included in their Regional Renewable Choice Program. Regional Renewable Choice is Green-e Energy certified and meets the environmental and consumer-protection standards set forth by the nonprofit Center for Resource Solutions. Under the California Enhanced Community Renewables program, renewable energy project developers take on the responsibility for marketing electricity product(s) directly to customers, who would normally receive this type of information from PG&E. Green-e Energy provides third-party verification that the end customer receives accurate and sufficient disclosures. Green-e Energy also requires that product disclosures, such as the price that will be billed per unit (kWh) of power and the developer’s customer service contact information, be provided to purchasers within 60 days of sign-up in the form of a Welcome Packet. Customers will also receive an annual mailing that includes product information.
- Project Timeline: ForeFront Power is currently establishing community interest commitments for a series of projects that we anticipate will have PPAs with PG&E by spring of 2018.
- Disclaimer: This webpage has been approved by Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) pursuant to requirements of the California Public Utilities Commission. PG&E does not recommend, endorse, favor, guarantee or make any representations or warranties regarding the any particular participating solar provider or project or its services, work, quality, financial stability or performance. PG&E is not responsible for the terms of the contract created by the solar developer for use with any consumer, or the performance by the solar provider of the contract, and disclaims all responsibility and liability therefore. Customers wishing to participate in this program are solely responsible for reviewing the feasibility of the participating projects, understanding the terms and conditions of any contract or agreement required to be signed with a solar provider, and verifying the qualifications, licensing, pricing, energy savings and warranties provided by their chosen solar provider. PG&E is responsible for ensuring accuracy in developer marketing materials and other disclosures pursuant to Green-e Energy certification and the California Public Utilities Commission requirements. Should you encounter developer misconduct pertaining to marketing, such as inaccurate pricing information or misleading advertising, please contact PG&E at 1-877-743-8429. In addition, your complaint may be referred directly to the California Public Utilities Commission for review and resolution.