More Than 350 Households and Small Businesses to Benefit from Sullivan County’s 2.7 Megawatt Solar Array
Project Supports Governor Cuomo’s Mandate of 50 Percent of Electricity to Come from Renewable Energy by 2030
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced the completion of the state’s largest community solar project which will result in reduced energy bills […]
Wednesday, March 14, 2018
5:00 – 8:15 pm
Community Church of New York 40 East 35th Street Manhattan, NYC, NY
6:00 “Policy, Regulation and Marcus Garvey Microgrids,” Nick Lombardi
7:00 “New Project Finance Blasts Past the Taxes and Tariffs,” Stan Fishbein
Are you a NYSEG or National Grid customer in the Capital Region who has considered making a switch to green, sustainable energy for your home, property, or business? Did you know that you can not only install solar panels on your home or business property, and buy or lease solar panels at a community […]
Vermonters want us to do our part to combat climate change – but our current solar program has Vermont taking a big step in the wrong direction. In January 2017, the Public Utilities Commission changed the statewide solar program (net metering). Under the first year of the program the amount of solar permitted dropped […]
Community Advocates for Sustainable Energy (CASE)* is sponsoring a public forum on the many diverse options for using solar energy for one’s everyday electricity needs.
The forum will be held on Wednesday, March 28th at 6:30 pm at the First United Methodist Church at 1 Gilligan Road, East Greenbush, NY. This event is […]
About Solar Issues in Massachusetts
On January 5, 2018, Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities’ (DPU) decided to raise rates, creating uncertainty for future solar customers in the Eversource utility territory. Under the Eversource proposal approved by the Commission, solar customers in the state’s largest utility service area will be forced onto demand charges. These […]
By George Harvey
Watching the progress of a no-hitter in baseball has an unusual aspect to it. The exciting thing is that nothing new happens. The moment the game changes, the excitement ends.
That is how it has been with the prices of electricity from renewable power. The costs of solar and […]
Since 2011, Solar Growth Leveraged $2.8 Billion in Private Investment, fueling 12,000 jobs Across the State
Increased Capacity Supports Governor’s Mandate for 50% of Energy Consumed to Come from Renewable Energy by 2030
On February 6, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced that solar power in New York increased more than 1,000% from December […]
Solar tracking system in a field of flowers. Photos by Stephanie Williams, Solar Store of Greenfield.
By George Harvey
Many people who are interested in installing solar systems at their homes think in terms of an array mounted on the roof, or one mounted on the ground in a fixed position, pointing at the […]