This just in!
According to Clean Energy Authority:
The community solar gardens
provisions require that such systems are no larger than 1 megawatt. In
addition, “The community solar garden program must be designed to offset
the energy use of not less than five subscribers in each community
solar garden program of which no single subscriber has more than a 40
percent interest,” The legislation said. Also, “The owner of the
community solar garden may be a public utility or any other entity or
organization that contracts to sell the output from the community solar
garden to the utility.” Subscribers to the garden must also purchase at
least 200 watts of the garden's generating capacity and can’t purchase
more than 120 percent of their average annual energy consumption.