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COVID-19: Our Commitment to Communities Across North America

In response to growing concerns across North America about COVID-19, we want to share the measures we are taking to limit the spread.

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Affordable Housing Solar Programs in New York

Giving low-income families the equitable benefits of solar.

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NYSERDA Competition Brings Funding to Affordable Housing

The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) is giving out $40 million in a competition they’re hosting called the Buildings of Excellence.

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Primetime For Landowners to go Solar in Pennsylvania

Landowners will be happy to hear about Pennsylvania’s upcoming House Bill 531, which was reviewed in Spring 2020.

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What’s Next for the Infamous Rikers Jail? We Think Solar + Storage

Now that Rikers is set to close, we have an opportunity to build a solar panel project on the island. Let’s not miss our chance: solar for Rikers Island.

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OYA Solar Launches in Pennsylvania

OYA Solar Works with Land and Building Owners to Create Solar Opportunities: Pennsylvania Represents Exciting New Solar Market

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Tax Deal for Clayton, Orleans Solar Project Receives Approval

A Toronto solar developer, and the Florida company that will buy the four arrays it builds in the towns of Orleans and Clayton, received financial support through a tax deal approved Thursday.

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The Green Revolution We’re Missing: Solar In The U.S. And Canada

There’s a silent, green revolution happening across the U.S., and Canada is missing out. It’s called Community Solar and it’s giving access to clean energy to anyone interested in choosing renewable electricity but who may be unable to install or afford solar panels at their home or place of work.

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Proposed Extension for Solar Investment Tax Credit Means Growth For the Industry

SEIA along with more than 550 solar companies signed an open letter asking for support for the solar energy during the COVID-19 pandemic. The purpose of the letter was to support the 250,000 American jobs in the sector and the nearly $19 billion injected annually in infrastructure investments across the country.

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