New York


Casey Anderson looks at the effect New York's NY-Sun initiative has had on the solar industry in the state. He found 800% growth statewide since 2011 with several regions growing more than 1,000%.


Casey Anderson looks at the competitive market in residential rooftop solar. Today, nearly half of all installers are competing with 20 or more companies for business.


New York City installer Quixotic Systems has designed an innovative solar solution in the heart of the Bronx at Urban Health Plan’s Simpson Pavilion. Unlike most rooftop systems, the 37kW array has been installed on the side of the building.


Sunvago looks at the state of the New York solar market through six charts. Everything from price per watt to fastest growing cities is looked at.


Though solar can supply electricity for a fraction of the cost of conventional sources, there are great fluctuations in the market prices. Roy L Hales of The ECOreport reviews price differences in New York.


Everybody Solar announces it will donate a 15 kW solar array to the Sciencenter, a hands-on science museum in upstate New York. This was made possible by All Points North Foundation (APNF), Cornell University, JinkoSolar, and individual donors.


Yeloha expands from Massachusetts and Vermont into New York. This will allow residents who do not have access to rooftop solar to purchase the energy from someone who does generate their own solar energy.


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As a part of the Energy Savings Performance Contract at Fort Hamilton New York a 1.16 MW solar system will be installed. The arrays will be installed on rooftops and carports.


The two day exchange brings New York's utilities, communities, and customers together with global technology companies to advance the state's Reforming the Energy Vision strategy.