Thanks to a $1 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy, the Oakland, Calif.-based non-profit solar installer will put 394 kW to electrify areas that are often underserved by utilities.
Progress is slow in terms of concrete details in New York’s Reforming the Energy Vision (REV) initiative, but some of that may be inevitable.
In addition to the new 1 GW for solar target and the 100 MWh storage goal, the De Blasio administration is claiming significant reforms at Department of Buildings.
The second study by Solar to the People finds that incentives cover more than half the cost of the average residential PV system in New York State.
Industry analysts note that the market for residential BIPV in the United States is “non-existent” at present, and SolarCity’s plans to use crystalline silicon are a new direction.
The sustainability non-profit is working with a local organization, and has issued an RFP for developers and financiers to build 16 MW of community solar in Rochester.
Vivint Solar says that the loan will allow it to install solar on 8,250 homes in New York.
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