Solar for All
Wednesday, November 13, 2019 from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. EST
Presenter: Sara Jayanthi, NYSERDA
Across New York State, community solar is making clean solar energy available to more New Yorkers than ever before. Community solar allows eligible residents to go solar - no equipment required. Solar panels are installed at a site in a community rather than on individual rooftops.
Join this webinar to learn about Solar for All, a utility-bill assistance program administered by NYSERDA, that offers participants free subscriptions to a local community solar project. Program participants receive monthly credits on their electricity bills - between $5-$15 a month - and there are no upfront costs, fees, or payments to participate.
To be eligible participants must:
- Live in New York State, regardless of ownership or rental status.
- Pay their own electric bill.
- Have a household income below 60% of the State median income.
- Receive electricity from Central Hudson Gas & Electric, Con Edison, National Grid, NYSEG, Orange and Rockland, or Rochester Gas & Electric.