Common Energy

Are you a veteran or military-spouse in Maryland or New York that wants to save 10% on your electricity bill while embracing local, renewable energy, without having to install anything in your home? Read on and ENROLL HERE!

To encourage the growth of community solar projects, the New York and Maryland state governments incentivize their residents and businesses to subscribe to those clean energy projects by offering savings on their electricity, resulting in lower emissions in their community. Re4ormed is proud to bring this ‘no-cost’ program to consumers in New York and Maryland through Common Energy.

Common Energy works with clean energy developers across Maryland and New York to provide clean energy to the grid, which helps large utilities (such as BGE in Maryland) meet their renewable power standards set by law.  When you sign up with Common Energy, the amount of electricity you use each month is offset by the same amount from a local solar facility, and that amount shows up as a ‘clean energy credit’ on your existing utility bill. Common Energy pays your electric utility bill and sends you a separate bill reflecting a guaranteed 10% discount off those solar energy credits. And there’s your incentive! By embracing solar credits, you’ll pay for only 90% of your electricity*. For most households, this equates to $10-$15 of savings each month. (Note: if you are in a low-to-medium income category, for example your Adjusted Gross Income is <$50,350 as a single person or <$64,700 as a household of 3, the energy credit is enhanced up to 25%…contact us and we’ll step you through it.) It takes 2 minutes to sign up here, and expect it to take 4-8 weeks to be connected due to the utility’s processing time. Sign up is free and there’s no cancellation fee. Please contact us with your questions on this innovative way to save veterans and military-families money while reducing greenhouse gas emissions and protecting our environment!

*In Maryland, this consists of electric supply and delivery.

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