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Introducing OYA Renewables, a leader in the North American energy transition

To reflect its transformation from solar developer to a leading renewable energy transition solutions platform, OYA Solar rebrands to OYA Renewables

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US Solar Policy Snapshot in 2022: Immediate Concerns and What’s Ahead

To successfully ride it out, solar industry players need to stay focused on the destination and remain flexible enough to adapt to the ebbs and flows of state programs, federal incentives, and regulatory shifts.

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How Low-Moderate-Income (LMI) Communities Benefit From Community Solar Programs

While community solar programs have been established in multiple states to address this issue of accessibility, participation has typically been low even though the programs often cost nothing or require only a very minimal fee to join.

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What is a Community Solar Program?

A community solar program is when multiple parties share the same power and financial benefits of a solar energy project. Learn all about community solar, how it works, its benefits, and the signup process.

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A Deep Dive Into Community Solar Pros And Cons

As a community solar company and now, independent power producer, OYA Renewables knows community solar programs and policies inside and out.

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How Can Low-to-Moderate Income Households Participate In Community Solar Programs?

New York State introduced community solar energy policies in 2021 that are designed to support the adoption of solar by underserved and disadvantaged communities. How can you take advantage?

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Solar Farm Requirements: Everything You Need to Know

Solar farms are a win-win as they enable landowners to make money off of unused land, serve residents with access to better utility rates, and help states tackle energy and environmental targets. Learn about how solar farms harness unused land for the benefit of many.

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Trends Impacting the Solar Outlook in 2021

The renewable energy industry outpaced coal generation for 153 days versus 39 in 2019. Here’s how the solar industry has evolved and how trends have impacted the solar outlook for 2021.

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Large-Scale Solar in New York: The Hidden Local Cash Flow

OYA Renewables Explains Why Tax Revenue from Solar is Smart, Stable, and Community-Driven

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