If I subscribe to a community solar project participating in the Adjustable Block Program, can I keep my subscription when I move? Can I transfer my subscription to someone else?

Under state law and the Long-Term Renewable Resources Procurement Plan, subscriptions to community solar projects must be portable (i.e., the subscriber may retain the subscription while changing locations within the same utility service territory) and transferable (i.e., a subscriber may assign or sell the subscription to another person within the same utility service territory).  The Adjustable Block Program requires that the community solar provider may not charge a fee for transferring your subscription to someone else.  These rights of transferability and portability may still be subject to other restrictions, including the community solar provider’s right to check a new subscriber’s credit score, and the utility’s right to ensure that a subscription is appropriately sized relative to the subscriber’s usage.