We enable renewable energy solutions for local communities.

Dimension’s 3.9 megawatt (MW) community solar project in Cortlandt, New York delivers over 5 million kilowatt-hours of renewable electricity each year to the local grid.

We take pride in a partnership model that connects local project communities to the global renewable energy economy.


We push a clean energy transition forward.

Dimension drives the transition to a clean energy economy forward through direct involvement in the policymaking process to create effective programs that benefit entire communities. Here is what we do:

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Site Acquisition

Earn revenue by leasing or selling available space for solar and/or energy storage. We make it easy to benefit with little effort.

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Community Solar

Support your community and meet your renewable energy goals while adhering to strict responsible development guidelines.

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Utility Energy Storage

Meet your resiliency and budget goals with wholesale energy storage solutions that are safer and more proven than ever.

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Your community deserves a proven clean energy partner.

We follow strict responsible development practices to ensure that our projects create economic, social, and environmental value for local communities.


Nationwide expertise at a community level.

The Dimension team builds upon over 1,000 megawatts of solar and battery storage capacity with direct experience at leading cleantech firms, including SunEdison, First Solar, Tesla, Solar City, SunPower and more.

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Above: Dimension’s 5.9 megawatt (MW) community solar project in Milo, Maine delivers over 6500 megawatt-hours of renewable electricity each year to the local grid.


Land Story: Counterpoint Farm

Learn why Ben and Leslie Geissinger of Counterpoint Farm are working with Dimension Renewable Energy to develop a community solar project on their land in Jay, Maine. Once complete in 2021, the output will serve local households in Central Maine Power’s service territory with lower priced electricity. Watch to hear their story.


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