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What is Community Solar?


Can solar power work in Seattle?


Is Community Solar available to all City Light customers?


Does this mean I don't have to own my house or building to participate?


Why should I sign up?


How much does it cost?


Where Are Community Solar projects located in Seattle?


How much electricity will the Community Solar projects produce?


Do I receive an incentive credit for the energy produced by my solar unit(s)?


Why does the program end in June 2020? Who will receive the energy credits after that date?


How do I enroll?


How do customers pay for their Community Solar units? Any chance I can pay it on my bill?


Will I be publicly recognized for my participation?


Is my payment for solar unit(s) tax-deductible?


Can I take the solar electricity benefits with me if I move?


Do I have to apply for rebates or file for state production credits?


Will I have to pay additional fees in the future?


How is the credit to my utility bill determined?


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