Hi Lily, good question. It often depends on what state you're in, as different policy mechanisms will allow for different types of community solar projects to occur. If you are in a state with community solar enabling policy, then there may be projects starting, organically, at the neighborhood level. You can follow NREL's National Community Solar Partnership site for a list of projects. Also check with your electric utility provider. Many utilities are offering community solar (or other forms of green pricing) to their customers, from both investor-owned utilities to co-ops. There are also some national programs to get involved with community solar, such as Arcadia Power. Good luck!
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