Participating in the community solar project gives members who are interested in green energy an option to participate in a way that is more economical than installing rooftop solar on their homes. It will allow our members the ability to utilize renewable energy without long-term contracts, no local permitting or zoning issues, no issues with their homeowner’s insurance, and no roof or structural modifications to their home.
Smart Choice Solar offers CFEMC members a zero emission, affordable, renewable energy solution for their home and business. By grouping solar panels together, costs can be shared, power output maximized and the hassle of rooftop installations can be avoided. Smart Choice Solar generates energy in a way that creates no pollution or carbon emissions. To purchase your clean renewable energy source or receive more information, fill out the form below.
Enjoy clean energy from zero carbon solar panels.
Members can purchase a portion of the energy output from our local solar farm for a monthly charge of $7.00 per solar panel. Each panel will generate an average of 55 kiloWatt hours per month.
Your monthly bill will show the portion of energy produced by your solar panels and the amount you paid for it at the solar rate.
Just call 770-502-0226 and say "Sign me up!."
Members can sign up for up to 10 solar panels at a cost of $7 each. That equates to an average cost of 12.6 cents per kilowatt hour which is slightly higher than our standard residential rate. Each month their bill will show the portion of energy produced by their panels and the amount paid for them at the solar rate. That will be subtracted from their total usage and members will then pay the regular rate for the remainder owed on their bill.
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Coweta-Fayette Electric Membership Corporation
Phone: 770-502-0226 Fax: 770-251-9788
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Touchstone Energy Cooperatives are just as committed to protecting co-op members as they are to making their lives better. You can trust your local Touchstone Energy co-op to identify and assess energy options for members. You can always tap into your local cooperative for the latest information about energy options in our area. Since our co-ops serve 75% of America’s land mass, we’re quite plugged in.
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Providing answers to your questions about producing and using energy efficiently is just another way your local Touchstone Energy cooperative answers to you.
As your Touchstone Energy cooperative, we are your source for energy and information. Since interest in solar power generation is growing, we put together a series of fact sheets to help answer questions you might have. Contact us for more information about solar and assistance in making decisions about whether solar is a good option for you.
Find answers to common questions co-op members have about solar power. Our responses address issues ranging from, “What happens to a solar system on a cloudy day?” to “How long is the payback period for a solar installation?” Read on for practical details to help guide you as you explore solar options.Download PDF
There’s a lot more to installing a solar system than just calling in a contractor and signing a contract. In fact, choosing a reputable contractor/installer is number 9 on our to-do list. For a successful installation, read on to discover the 8 critical steps to take before signing a contract (as well as number 10, too).Download PDF
Due diligence is important in any home improvement project. Our list of questions includes some that you’ll want to ask before undertaking any project, but we’ve also included many specific to solar contractors and installations. Let these questions guide you in selecting the best qualified contractor–and system–for your job.Download PDF
Solar is not a workable solution for all homes, and not all cooperative members can install a system on their roof. But that doesn’t mean that solar power isn’t still an option. One of the fastest growing segments of the solar industry is community solar. Read on to discover how you can reap the benefits of solar power, even if you don’t put a solar array on your roof.Download PDF
Lease or buy? This basic question applies to solar, as well as to other lifestyle choices you make. With solar, however, there are additional options to consider, such as obtaining solar through your cooperative’s green power programs, or participating in a community solar project. Find details about these options, and help in determining which is right for you.Download PDF
All solar systems use photovoltaic (PV) cells that produce electricity directly from sunlight. These PV cells are combined to form a module or panel. Several panels are connected together to form an array or a solar system. Arrays can be small―from a few panels to power a roadside warning sign or a remote cabin―up to a large array covering hundreds of acres as part of a utility-scale solar farm. Solar systems generally can be divided into three types, based on size: Rooftop Solar, Utility-Scale Solar, and Community Solar Systems.Download PDF