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Also known as “shared solar” or “Community Distributed Generation (CDG),” community solar enables anyone to “go solar” by joining a solar farm. This is a smart, pain-free solution for people and businesses who want to take advantage of low-cost solar energy but cannot or do not want to install solar panels on their property.

URE builds the first community solar farm in New York State - view full article.

URE’s Somerville, New York project is the first community solar farm operating on National Grid’s distribution system in the state. The solar energy generated appears as a line item on members’ electric bills as if the solar panels were installed on their own roof, but with no upfront cost and no commitment. Our members are saving money by going solar!

For more information or if you are interested in joining please contact us.

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