Accessory solar energy systems are defined as those that provide energy primarily for on-site uses. These systems are permitted in all zones county-wide for any allowed use with a zoning clearance and building permit. Commercial solar facilities are defined as those that provide energy for off-site use, such as through a power purchase agreement or feed in tariff. Commercial facilities may be allowed with a conditional use permit in certain zoning districts, and will require a Rezone to add the RE (Renewable Energy) Combining Zone within the agricultural and resource zones. General development standards apply to both accessory systems and commercial solar electric facilities.