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How to join an Iberdrola Solar Community


Discover why Solar Communities is for you.

Whether you are a Neighbor or a Host, benefit from all the advantages of solar energy for everyone.

Do you want to rent out your roof?

Become a Solar Host.

Receive an income without making any investment by sharing the energy you generate on your roof. Iberdrola performs the installation at no cost to you.

Check if my roof can become a Solar Community.

Do you want to enjoy your neighbours' solar energy?

Become a Solar Neighbour.

Save on your bill by enjoying the energy generated in another building near you.

Find a Solar Community to join.

A new collaborative, local energy consumption model

By joining the Communities you will not only be saving on your electricity bills but you will also be helping to improve our planet.

Do it easily, with no installation costs and through your electricity network.

*5% discount not applicable to Online, Temporary/Eventual Plans, Plan VE and Plan 8760/Energy Wallet

Why choose Solar Communities?

How Solar Communities are created

Do you own a roof?


Discover the benefits of being a Solar Host

Check if your roof is suitable to create a Solar Community and benefit from all its advantages.

I want to be a Solar Host

We answer your questions

Do you still have any questions? We will help you to solve them here.

Yes, it is not necessary to reach any agreement with the residents' association as the service is contracted on a private basis.

Iberdrola will make the investment for the installation and will also be responsible for its operation and maintenance. The owner of the roof will not have to worry about anything.

  • 0.5 kWp. 30% estimated savings based on average household consumption of 2,500 kWh per year. In addition, we offset your surpluses.
  • 1 kWp. 30% estimated savings based on average household consumption of 3,500 kWh per year. In addition, we offset your surpluses.

One of the requirements that must be met in order to belong to shared self-consumption is that the maximum distance between the photovoltaic plant and each of the participants is 2km.

No, the neighbour who is connected to the Solar Community can cancel at any time at no cost. However, they will not be able to contract the solar service again until 12 months after the cancellation of the service.

All participants in the Solar Community, including the roof owner, must be under the same self-consumption modality: self-consumption with simplified surplus offsetting.