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The U.S. Department of Energy defines community solar as any solar project or purchasing program, within a geographic area, in which the benefits of a solar project flow to multiple customers such as individuals, businesses, nonprofits, and other groups. Community solar is showing a rapid growth trajectory across the nation. It is expected to increase by 700% to meet the Department of Energy’s goal of providing enough community solar to power five million homes by 2025. Federal and state governments programs committed to clean and solar energy are driving the expansional use of community solar energy in the U.S. Regardless of technical or policy challenges, the consumer demand for solar energy –and community solar in particular, is steadily growing.

Zpryme surveyed more than 500 consumers to measure demand and attitudes toward community solar. Check out the infographic to see the results!