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Community Solar

​​​​​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.

Customers can participate in the pilot program by purchasing a subscription to a portion of the energy generated by a Community Solar Energy Generating System (known as “CSEGS”). Once the subscription is purchased, the customer will receive a credit (called a CNM Credit) on their Pepco bill for their share of the CSEGS energy production.

Maryland Community Solar Basics



Community Solar Energy Generating System Application Process

A Subscriber Organization wanting to build a CSEGS to participate in the pilot program must be approved by the Maryland Public Service Commission (MD PSC) and receive a Subscriber Organization identification number. Visit the MD PSC website for more information on this process.

Pepco will begin accepting CSEGS Interconnection Applications for the first year of the pilot program at noon on June 19, 2017. Interconnection Applications received before that time will not be accepted. Interconnection Applications will only be accepted by email and should be submitted to Get started using the links below. All Interconnection Applications will be processed in accordance with Maryland Small Generator Interconnection Standards (COMAR 20.50.09).



  • CSEGS Interconnection Application/Agreement


Pilot Program Status


The following table sets forth the annual capacity limits under the pilot program for Pepco. Once Pepco begins accepting applications into the pilot program, updates to the status of the CSEGS pilot queue and remaining capacity can be found by clicking on the links below. 

CSEGS Pilot Program Annual Capacity Limits

Program Capacity (MW)​Small/Brownfield/OtherOpenLMI
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