"Letters went out last week to New Paltz residents who have defaulted to receiving 100% of their electricity from renewable sources generated in New York. In it, recipients were provided information on tapping into community solar, another state energy initiative through which people without panels on their homes can buy electricity from a local solar farm and get a 10% discount off the price per kilowatt hour."
June 11, 2020
"Calling all Philipstown residents: you can now opt in to the Hudson Valley Community Power, a community solar program that saves an additional 10% on energy bills."
October 23, 2019
"This is a win-win-win opportunity for residents--they get a price that's less than what they paid over the last year, they're protected against a volatile market with fixed rates for the next two years, and they're buying electricity generated from only renewable power sources."
June 27, 2019
"You’re protected from bad contracts, it’s low-cost, it’s green energy. It’s a win-win-win."
June 14, 2019
"The program will lower electric rates while sourcing 100% of the energy from renewable sources--a win for everyone who participates and a win for the environment."
May 23, 2019
"Despite being a small town in New York, Marbletown has adopted a 100% renewable energy future plan that is also aimed at being profitable."
April 02, 2019
"Several communities have banded together for two aims. First, to achieve lower-cost power. And, second, to gain more control over its source."
March 27, 2019
"I believe in Community Choice Aggregation programs as a major device that cities can employ to curtail the impacts of climate change and as a vital tool in energy conservation and procurement because they facilitate cost savings, price stability, they help to precipitate local renewable energy development, they stimulate community choice and the implementation of community-wide clean energy initiatives, all while encouraging investment in our local economy and the potential to create jobs in innovative industries."
November 28, 2018