Community solar allows people to subscribe to a nearby solar farm and see savings on their electric bill–and it’s a major and growing part of New York State’s solar landscape. Here’s what you need to know to get involved and support New York community solar in 2019. Community Solar Poised to Grow The NY State
The consequences of climate change are here. Sea levels are rising, heat waves worsening, crops losing productivity, and deserts spreading. And the costs of these climate-related damages aren’t paid by polluters—instead, everyday citizens take on the burden. But what if there was a way to more accurately represent the true cost of carbon pollution, to make sure that
A conversation is being held in states across America that will shape the future of solar energy. Strong opinions have come to the forefront as citizens debate the merit of feed-in tariffs and the answer to one fundamental question: how should Americans be compensated for the renewable energy that they produce? This question has sparked such a strong
Solar is driving a jobs boom in America and making our energy systems more affordable and sustainable. Now is no time to impose job-killing tariffs–but the we know that the industry will persist and continue to expand regardless. Last Thursday, NASA reported that our planet had just experienced its four hottest years in human history.
Despite its northern latitude, Massachusetts has long been one of the leading states in solar energy. Now, a new set of regulations will define the state’s solar market over the next several years. For those too busy to dive into dense regulatory documents, here’s a summary of the new guidelines. The Road to SMART Regulations
Community Solar Brings You Savings on Your Electric Bill. These Are the Policies that Make it Happen.
Community solar is one of the most affordable forms of renewable energy. By allowing you to subscribe to a local solar farm, community solar makes it possible for you to see a discount on your energy supply without paying any additional costs. So what makes community solar possible, and what are the rules that compensate solar