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Tax Deal Negotiations Move Forward For Community Solar Project

Negotiations for a prospective tax abatement deal for a Toronto developer’s community solar project can commence after receiving a nod from county economic development officials Thursday.

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OYA Solar Irons Out Final Details For Solar Power Project

Toronto-based solar energy company OYA plans to build a 20-megawatt solar farm in the towns of Clayton and Orleans. It will generate enough energy to power 30,000 homes.

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Increasing Yields By Solarizing Low-Income Communities

OYA Renewables has recently partnered with a New York affordable solar developer, on a mission to equip more than 2,500 regulated affordable housing buildings with rooftop arrays.

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Ransomville Solar Project Receives Approval To Move Forward

OYA Solar receives LNTP for new 7.5 MW Moore Road community solar farm that will help power homes.

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Harvesting The Sun is The New Cash Crop

Long hours, hard work, and the uncertainties of weather and yield are nothing new to farming, but the 21st century presents new and unique challenges—and the results are increasingly dependent on factors beyond farmers’ control.

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OYA Solar and Crauderueff & Associates Partner to Provide Community Solar + Storage to Low-Income Communities in New York

OYA Solar, a North American turnkey solar developer, and Crauderueff & Associates, a New York affordable solar developer, have signed a joint venture to originate and develop 200 solar + storage community solar projects in New York City.

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OYA Solar Launches New York Office

OYA Solar, a North American turnkey solar developer, has opened a New Yorkoffice to support the company’s growing development work in the region.

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Massachusetts Solar Advocates Welcome SMART Program Launch

Massachusetts solar advocates are pleased to see that the Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities (DPU) has issued its Order on the Solar Massachusetts Renewable Target (SMART) program.

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Utilities have a problem: the public wants 100% renewable energy, and quick

Renewable energy is hot. It has incredible momentum, not only in terms of deployment and costs but in terms of public opinion and cultural cachet. To put it simply: Everyone loves renewable energy. It’s cleaner, it’s high-tech, it’s new jobs, it’s the future.

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