Community Solar NY Solarize Round II - Emphasize Accessbility for Low and Moderate Income Consumers. Learn more at a Sept 22 Webinar

  • 22 Sep 2015
Event Description

NYSERDA Opens Second Round of Solarize Campaigns to Make Solar More Accessible to Residents and Businesses under REV

The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) announced today (Sept 17) the second round of support for Solarize campaigns is now open. Under Andrew M. Cuomo’s NY-Sun Community Solar NY program, Solarize campaigns make solar easier and more affordable through community-driven initiatives and are an essential component of Reforming the Energy Vision (REV).

In this round, NYSERDA is encouraging projects that make solar more accessible for low- and moderate-income participants, and provides opportunities for renters, homeowners, low-income residents, schools and businesses to join together to set up shared renewable energy projects resulting in healthier and stronger communities.

To learn more:

Introductory Program Webinar Sept. 22-12 noon:

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