This seems to be too good to be true. So, are you telling me the Energy Consumer (Buyer) spends no money for the construction of the solar array, has no insurance or maintenance costs for the solar array and will save money annually on their utility bills? What am I missing? - Eagle Point Solar

This seems to be too good to be true. So, are you telling me the Energy Consumer (Buyer) spends no money for the construction of the solar array, has no insurance or maintenance costs for the solar array and will save money annually on their utility bills? What am I missing?

Yes, this is correct. The only downside to the Energy Consumer (Buyer) is the space being taken up by the solar array.