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Non-Profits Partner to Bring Solar Power and Utility Bill Savings to Brooklyn Homeowners

Barrio Solar InstallationFifth Avenue Committee, in partnership with Solar One and with support from Enterprise Community Partners, has launched Barrio Solar, a program to provide financial assistance to low- to-moderate income Brooklyn homeowners to help them install rooftop solar panels. Solar can help homeowners lower their Con Edison bills, lower their property/income taxes, and reduce their greenhouse gas emissions. The campaign is open to all Brooklyn homeowners, and participants will receive free solar consultation from trusted non-profits and discounted pricing through a solar purchasing group. The first 25 low- to moderate-income homeowners that sign up will receive a campaign-specific incentive of $3,500 to apply towards the cost of solar panels or roof repairs, helping make solar affordable to the homeowners who can benefit most from the savings. Barrio Solar is also connecting homeowners who can’t install solar with local community solar projects that provide guaranteed utility bill savings.

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Solar One’s Climate Week Events

Here Are The Upcoming Climate Week Events We Are Participating In

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Earth Day NYC 2012

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Solar One will be tabling in Times Square on April 20 and at Grand Central Station on April 21 as part of a city-wide array of events for Earth Day 2012. More events: www.earthdayny.org.

We will also be tabling at the NYC Green Festival on April 21 and 22nd at the Jacob Javits Center. Please visit the NYC Green Festival website for more information!

Clean Energy Connections – next panel in Sept.

PowerinNumbersCollageClean Energy Connections 2012 panel series has already had three enlightening discussions – June’s “Intelligent Infrastructure: Designing Smart Buildings for NYC,” March’s “Power in Numbers: Capitalizing on the Data of Cleantech,” and January’s “No Money No Problems? Financing Cleantech in the Post-ARRA Era.” Clean EC takes a break over the summer and then reconvenes in September for Climate Week.

All events take place at the Jerome L. Greene Performance Space, 44 Charlton Street @ Varick. For registration and details check out www.cleanecnyc.org.

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