OG&E offers Community Solar for customers to run their homes, apartment, or business with solar energy.
Customers who sign up for solar will be switched to a Time of Use (TOU) rate which will offer great discounts during off-peak hours in the summer.
OG&E’s solar farms generate clean electricity and supply it to the grid.
Anyone can use solar — apartments, homes or businesses. No rooftop panels are needed.
You’ll receive great discounts in off-peak hours in the summer.
It’s quick and easy to sign up and save.
Customer Owned Solar
Generate your own energy.
Investment is required for rooftop solar panel installation to your home or business.
Utilize OG&E’s low rates during off-peak hours in the summer when the sun isn't shining!
Federal Tax credits may be available.
Community Solar vs Customer Owned Solar
Do you own or rent a house?
Are you interested in joining a community solar program?
Do you want solar panels on your roof?
Does your roof have good solar exposure?
Do you have capital to purchase a system or are you prepared to finance the initial investment?
Are you planning on moving within the next 20 years?
Based on your answers, Customer Owned Solar sounds like the best option for you at this time. Keep in mind, as OG&E continues to enhance and improve our solar program, Community Solar may become a more efficient and cost-effective choice for you in the near future.
It’s quick and easy to sign up for OG&E Solar Power! Our solar farms have limited capacity, so you may be placed on a waitlist if the program is temporarily full. Get started today.
Based on your answers, Solar may not be the best option for you at this time. Keep in mind, as OG&E continues to enhance and improve our solar programs, more efficient and cost-effective choices may become available to you in the near future.
Please select any one option.
Customer Owned Solar Requirements
To enroll in the Customer Owned Solar Program, you must meet the following requirements:
- Current OG&E customer
- Complete Application for Interconnection
- Agree to Interconnection standards
- Install generating facility
- Generating facility must be inspected in accordance with local (city/county) electrical code or by a licensed electrician/professional engineer (when local code does not require an inspection)
Community Solar Requirements
To enroll in the Community Solar Program, you must meet the following requirements:
- Current customer
- Choose subscription
- Availability of Solar Farm
- May be required to join the waitlist