Note from G.E.T. Publisher: This is an example for all governors to take note of and follow.
From Cortland Standard, November 30, 2019
New York — and Cortland County — is in the midst of a solar energy boom fueled by $1 billion in state funding as part of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s push for New York to produce 70% of its electricity from renewable sources by 2030.
Cortland County has seen five commercial solar projects over the past year. Two have already begun, while the others are still in the planning stages. The largest would cost $90 million and produce 90 megawatts, enough electricity to power 20,600 homes; the smallest has installations as small as one megawatt. Together they add up to at least 146 megawatts of electricity.