Subscribe Your Way in Delmarva


Anyone who pays a Delmarva Power electric bill has the opportunity to save money with one of our community solar plans. Plus, if you qualify as a low- to moderate-income customer, you will get an additional 5% discount on your electricity bill upon income verification. Choose your plan to learn more.

SILVER PLAN

Short Term
5%discount
  • 2 Year Commitment
  • 100% Local Delmarva Solar
  • Receive Delmarva Power Bill Credit
  • No Panels At Your Home
  • 10% Discount for Low to Moderate Income Subscribers

Project Photos


Our local solar farms will be built just outside of Preston and Snow Hill on Maryland's Eastern Shore.

Frequently Asked Questions


Who is ForeFront Power?

Our team has more than a decade of renewable industry experience, serving residential, business, and public sector customers around the world. Our roots began in Maryland back in 2003 and we are proud to still have local employees and projects today.

Subscriber Organization Name: Forefront Power, LLC
Subscriber Organization Number: 17A2148980003856

Where is the project?

This Community Solar project will be located just outside Preston, Maryland in the heart of the Eastern Shore.

When will my subscription begin?

Your subscription, along with Delmarva Power bill credits and solar payments, will begin once the project is completed and operational. We expect this to occur during summer 2019.

Can I go see the project?

Once subscriptions begin, we plan to hold an event at your community solar project so you can see your impact and where your power is coming from.

What if I move away from my current home?

If you move outside of Delmarva Power service territory, we will terminate your subscription agreement for no charge.

What is this program?

Maryland’s Community Solar Pilot Program provides the opportunity for customers to receive renewable energy benefits, including low and moderate income customers and customers who are not able to participate in traditional roof-mounted solar systems. You can read more about it on Delmarva Power’s website.

How are savings calculated?

The difference between the amount you pay for solar energy (for each kilowatt hour, or kWh) and the “solar credits” that you receive on your electricity bill results in a net savings for you.

Can I join if I rent my home?

Yes! There is no need to own your home to participate. All you need is a Delmarva Power electricity bill and be located in Maryland.

Will I pay two bills?

Once the subscription period begins, you will pay a subscription fee to ForeFront Power for your share of the community solar project. You will also pay your Delmarva Power bill with a credit that adjusts for your subscription. We hope that this will be reduced to a single bill in the future.

What if I want to cancel?

If you want to terminate your contract after the subscription begins, there is a cancellation fee of $100 for the 2-year option and $200 for the 5-year option. There is no fee if you move, incur a disability, or in the case of death.


What is low- to moderate-income?


If you qualify, you will earn an extra 5% discount from your utility bill by enrolling in a community solar project with ForeFront Power. After your initial sign up, our team will follow up for formal income verification.

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Low income is defined as a subscriber whose gross annual household income in 2018 is at or below 175 percent of the federal poverty level for the year of subscription or who is certified as eligible for any federal, state, or local assistance program that limits participation to households whose income is at or below 175 percent of the federal poverty limit.

Source
Persons in Household Maximum Income Amount
1 $24,280
2 $32,920
3 $41,560
4 $50,200
5 $58,840
6 $67,480
7 $76,120
8 $84,760

Moderate income is defined as a subscriber whose gross annual household income in 2018 is at or below 80 percent of the median income for Maryland for the year of subscription.

According to the “Income Limits 2018” presentation, published by the Housing and Economic Research Office within the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development, the 80% of the median income for Maryland in 2018 was $77,200. If your annual household income does not exceed the amount of $77,200, you would qualify as moderate income.


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Once you sign up, our team will follow up for more information to complete the process. Questions? Feel free to call (410) 442-6127 or toll-free at (833) 709-9728 to speak with one of our representatives.

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