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Press

Here is a selection of press releases and article about Solar One.

For media inquiries:
Michael Barry, Communications Manager
(646) 741-5225
barry@solar1.org


Press Releases

Nonprofits Partner to Bring Solar Power and Utility Bill Savings to Brooklyn Homeowners

NYC Nonprofit Solar One Appoints Two New Members to the Board of Directors

Solar One Announces New CEO

Solar One Selected by the Citi Foundation’s Community Progress Makers Initiative to Advance Social and Economic Opportunity in New York City

Solar Plus Storage Comes to Coney Island

Solar One Announces Promotion of Elissa Knight to Director, Clean Energy Communities Program, a Partnership with NYSERDA and the City of New York

Fifth Avenue Committee Introduces Barrio Solar Pilot Program

Due To Covid-19, Twenty Goats Will Soon Be Eating Lower Manhattan

Solar One’s Green Design Lab Helps NYC STEM Teachers Transition to Virtual Learning During the Pandemic

WE ACT Solar Uptown Now Brings Renewable Energy & Jobs to Northern Manahattan

PowerMarket Launches Clean Energy Partnership with Solar One

Transitioning to Solar Power with Green Jobs in Harlem

Constellation, PGA of America Encourage Energy Conservation Pledges From Golf Fans at PGA Championship

An Innovative Solar One Program Empowers Vulnerable Communities with Resilient Solar + Storage

Articles

How New York City Is Turning Its Thousands of Roofs Into Power Providers
Solar One details new resiliency-focused New York solar projects
“The Green New Deal In Real Life” — Nonprofits WE ACT For Environmental Justice & Solar One Create Jobs With Those Reflective Beauties (Solar Panels)
New York City nonprofits lead the way to solar power and green jobs for low-income communities
Students at South Jamaica’s August Martin High take part in summer jobs that double as STEM experience
Paving the Path to Green Careers in NYC
An Affordable Harlem Co-op Makes History
Solar panels bring green energy, cost savings to upper Manhattan
S.U.N. celebrates the sun
This co-op solar project will be owned by the community members it benefits
Brooklyn Army Terminal to open first co-op owned solar garden in New York

 

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