Big Y World Class Market has taken another step in supporting the production and consumption of clean energy by contracting with Boston-based Nexamp to participate in its community solar program.
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"The Roman Catholic Diocese of Albany (RCDA) has chosen Nexamp to provide community solar that will lower its electric bills and enable it to support clean energy without having to make any investments or install any equipment on its property."
"Dubbing the measure an “emergency regulation,” the incentive program’s capacity has been expanded to 3.2 GW of incentive blocks, with specific carve-outs for smaller projects and low-income community solar projects."
Comfortably past its infancy but not
yet widespread, the U.S. community
solar market sits in a developmental middle zone.
Here in upstate New York, where it’s cloudy half the time, solar panels have defied the odds and become increasingly popular. But the situation is not entirely sunny — and it’s time to take stock of where things stand.