Our Projects. 

Our goal is to provide you with knowledge about renewable energies and tools on how to receive them. We want you to understand your options when it comes to green energy and the benefits it provides to you. 

 

We also help make buying solar power cheaper through our organized bulk-buying model. When you enroll with us, for rooftop solar, on the cost of your solar array! All friends in the counties Albany, Columbia, Greene, Rensselaer, Saratoga, Schenectady, Warren, and Washington receive this deal!

Project 1. Rooftop Solar

If you are a homeowner with a suitable roof for solar, a tax appetite, and a desire to save money on your electricity bill, we suggest that you invest in your own installation and generate your own electricity. Reduce your carbon footprint and take advantage of state and federal incentive programs that reduce the cost of solar. 

 

During our 2018 Campaign, we will be providing reduced cost buying options for solar. We have vetted local installers, and have negotiated reduced cost agreements with three local installers. We ensure that the installer has excellent equipment and services. Learn more about the current installers serving the Capital Region  

Project 2. Community Solar

 

​If you are a renter or a homeowner with a poor roof for solar, owning a share of a community solar farm, or subscribing to one may be a good choice for you. You will receive electricity at a reduced cost and can increase or decrease your plan. Learn more about the technology and how it compares to rooftop solar 

Our current community solar offering is with Common Energy. Common Energy provides guaranteed savings on your electricity - you pay 10% less than the utility rate. This is a subscription plan, you don't own your panels. The steps are easy - simply enroll for free. No installation is required and you don't need to change your electricity supplier. If you are interested in saving 10% on your electricity every month, click

Project 3. Electric Vehicles

We're also happy to answer any questions about electric vehicles, plug-in hybrids, and charging stations.​ There are a lot of options to choose from.

 

The benefits of driving electric are significant here in New York State. A lot of the electricity generated by utilities is low-carbon. And if you install solar or sign up for a community solar array, you can decarbon your transportation as well!
 

Do you think that there is a green technology worth exploring that is missing from our current projects list? Let us know        and we may choose to explore it in a future campaign. We appreciate the feedback!