How it works

Our process makes solar power easy for you.

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Developers Invest

Devolopers create solar farms in strategic locations with the market demand for solar power.

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You Subscribe

You become part of the Solarflow community that uses power from the developer’s solar farm.

  • It only takes a couple minutes to become a subscriber.
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Utilities Credit

Your utility buys power directly from your solar allocation and credits it to your account.

  • No installation or change in service is required.
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We Manage

Solarflow manages all aspects between the developer, subscriber, and utility to make it simple for you.

  • You pay Solarflow a discounted rate for your utility credits.
  • You save 5% to 25%.

How much do you save?

Use the savings calculator to estimate your electricity and impact savings.

  • We guarentee savings on your electricity bill.

Current electricity bill.

Your energy savings.
Reduced monthly electric bill $0
Monthly Savings $0
Total savings over lifetime of the solar project $ 0
Your environmental impact savings.
Clean energy enabled 0 kWh
Carbon emission reduction 0lbs
Equivalent trees planted 0

About Solarflow.

With over 850 Megawatts of community solar subscribers acquired to date, SolarFlow is the nation’s largest community solar subscriber acquisition team. Our turnkey technology simplifies solar power for everyone, from developers and utilities to the end consumer.

Project highlights

Solarflow’s projects lower the barrier of entry to allow more solar to contribute to a reliable, resilient, and secure U.S. electric grid.

Mankato, MN

4,270,560 kWh of est. annual clean energy generated

Minneapolis, MN

Prevents 1.5 million pounds of C02 annually

Owatonna, MN

Saves subscribers over 3 million dollars annualy

Des Moines, IA

Generates 5.3 million kWh of clean energy per year

Cedar Rapids, IA

Resduces the energy costs of 1,345 households

Madison, WI

5,140,320 kWh of est. annual clean energy generated

Hartford, WI

Prevents 1.2 million pounds of C02 annually