An Electric Vehicle gives you a path to be able to drive on renewable carbon-free energy. Many EV families go solar, and there are two main ways to get there. You can use solar panels located on a solar farm (called Community Solar), or you can put solar panels on your roof. Read on to learn what your options are!
If you live in a non-ideal location, rent, live in a condo or otherwise don’t control your roof, you can still charge your car from sunshine.
“Community Solar” is the concept of getting your energy from a local, community-based, optimally constructed solar project on property other than your own – such as a brownfield or parking lot. The electricity that is produced by these solar arrays is then shared back into the grid for public usage.