Community Solar

Signup Today!

Log in to PWC’s Online Account Manager.  You must be a registered user to complete the application.  From the Account Overview page, look for the Community Solar Enrollment link under Customer Enrollments and complete the application. For additional information or if you have questions, contact a Customer Programs Specialist at (910) 223-4950 or customerprogramscsr@faypwc.com.

Offer Summary

Panels One-time Enrollment Fee Monthly  Subscription Monthly Credit Avg. Annual Generation
1 $20 $1.53 $1.56 467 kWh
2 $30 $3.06 $3.12 953 kWh
3 $40 $4.59 $4.68 1,429 kWh
4 $50 $6.12 $6.24 1,905 kWh
5 $60 $7.65 $7.80 2,382 kWh

We’ve built North Carolina’s first municipal Community Solar farm. PWC Community Solar is a large-scale, ground-mount solar array offering our electric customers a shared renewable energy option and an alternate to rooftop solar.

Customers pay a monthly subscription fee and in exchange, receive a bill credit for the value of the solar less the cost to operate. All electric customers – whether you own or rent your home – whether residential or non-residential – can participate as a ‘subscriber’ in this program.

Community Solar Benefits

  1. Add renewable energy to our local power grid without the effort and expense of installing solar panels at your home or business.
  2. Pay for a portion of the power generated by this solar array, and get a credit on your monthly bill.

But the richest reward? Helping provide cleaner, greener power for our community. If you want to help us get the ball rolling toward a brighter future for our children, enroll in the Community Solar Program today!


New Tesla Mega Battery Installed
Recently, a Tesla brand Mega Battery pack was put into operation at the PWC’s Solar Farm. The battery is located on the property of the Butler-Warner Generation Plant. The project took one year to complete and will help save customers approximately $500,000 annually in power generation costs.

Community Solar Update (May 2020)

Community Solar Farm Ribbon Cutting: Oct. 23, 2019

Photo Gallery
Photos provided by Cramer Gallimore. Video and aerial footage provided by the City of Fayetteville Corporate Communications Office

Community Solar

How Community Solar Works

Community Solar Farm