Community Solar is power for everyone. Everyone who pays an electricity bill can take advantage of solar power and save money, without installing solar panels on their roof or property. Community Solar projects are local, centrally located solar systems serving many households. You can meet 100% of your energy needs and eliminate your electricity bill with community solar. It’s decades of cleaner, greener power you own. And there’s flexibility like never before, you can take it with you if you move or re-sell to anyone in the region. Renovus is not a subscription service like some of the out-of-state providers in the marketplace. Renovus Community Solar panels are yours, and yours alone. Panels can be built to suit any size requirement, let us know your needs and we’ll find you a custom solar solution.

There’s space available on our next local project for you!


Our Projects

Renovus is leading community solar development in New York. We’ve installed the first projects in the state, enabling hundreds of local residents to finally go solar. We’re dedicated to being responsible stewards of our solar farms and invite you to learn about our practices.

We have projects under development throughout central New York and welcome you to become a member of our next solar farm!

Catlin Solar Farm

Chemung County, NY

Can serve any household in NYSEG Zone C

Space currently available

*Currently Taking Reservations*


Orange Solar Farm

Orange, NY

217.8 kW

660 solar panels

1.4 acres

21 households served

Enfield Solar Farms 1 & 2

Enfield, NY

622.2 kW

2,035 solar panels

3.57 acres

63 households served

Ulysses Solar Farms 1 & 2

Ulysses, NY

880.96 kW

2,652 solar panels 

3.43 acres

98 households served

Veteran Solar Farm

Veteran, NY

720.64 kW

2052 solar panels

2.56 acres

70+ households served

Questions? (607) 277-1777 or

​Join Our Community Solar Webinar - Feb 13th @ Noon

​Let our solar pros walk you through community solar 101, and help you educate yourself about this incredible new option for going solar in New York State.