Thinking of going solar but don’t want the high cost or complications associated with rooftop solar panels? With Cooperative Solar, you now have an easy way to capture your share of the sun – and it’s available to you as a member of Okefenoke REMC.

Going Solar Just Became Easy

About Cooperative Solar

Okefenoke REMC is pleased to present our Cooperative Solar Projects . Our solar sites consist of two 100 kW sites adjacent the Kingsland and Hilliard district offices along with a 1.86 megawatt site located along Highway 82 in western Glynn County. Collectively these sites are designed to yield approximately 2 megawatts of energy during peak production.

Cooperative Solar Dashboard. Use this link to view our cooperative solar dashboard. You can view site information as well as daily kWh production.

Pricing and Energy Production

Blocks of solar energy cost are determined by CSOL-001 (see document center) and are currently $20 each per month. Each block is equivalent to the energy produced by a 1kW portion of the solar farm, and the block is estimated to produce between 120 and 200 kilowatt-hours per month. Energy output will vary due to the sun’s angle, the time of year, and the number of cloudy days in the month along with other factors.

1 Block

$2000monthly
  • ~120-200 kWh

2 Blocks

$4000monthly
  • ~240-400 kWh
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Availability

Each eligible account will be able to sign up for 1 or  2 blocks of solar energy. Requests for more than 2 blocks will be handled on a case-by-case basis. Only members served by Okefenoke REMC can participate in the Okefenoke Cooperative Solar Program.

Billing

Those participating in the program will be billed $20 monthly for each block of solar energy. The kilowatt-hours produced by the block will be deducted from the total kilowatt-hours you use each month. If the solar block produces more kilowatt-hours than you use during a billing cycle, you will receive wholesale credit for any unused energy. Members will be notified of any price changes at least 30 days in advance.

Length Of Commitment

No long term contract is required. However, participating members are required to remain in the solar program for at least one billing period due to administrative billing adjustments that must occur. Members opting out of the program will be required to wait 12 months before they are allowed to re-enroll. Members leaving the program do not retain any rights to the assigned blocks. We do not guarantee block availability should you decide to rejoin.

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Have we overlooked something? Do you need more help? If you came here looking for information regarding our CSP that you cannot find on this page, please feel free to contact the appropriate Member Services Representative for your area below.

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Dewayne Johns Ext. 1143

Brantley, Charlton, Glynn, Ware and Wayne County

Contact Dewayne

Dewayne Johns
PO Box 602
Nahunta, GA 31553
1-800-262-5131 ext. 1143

Royce Proctor Ext. 3307

Baker, Camden and Nassau

Contact Royce

Royce Proctor
PO Box 1229
Hilliard, FL 32046
1-800-262-5131 ext. 3307