More and more New York State residents are making the decision to go solar to save money on their electricity bills. According to data from the New York Solar Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA), most homes choose a system with a capacity of around 8 kilowatts (kW). What size solar energy system is right for you and your home? Continue reading
The Megawatt Block Incentive Structure (Megawatt Block) is one of New York’s most important solar incentives. The program provides strong subsidies for both commercial and residential rooftop solar energy systems. The size of your subsidy depends on how big the solar energy system you install is, and how much solar energy is already being produced in your area. You also don’t need to take any action to claim the benefit if you use a state certified installer.
In total, the various solar incentives available in New York State could reduce the cost of going solar by more than 50%. So why not start shopping for solar today? EnergySage’s New York Solar Marketplace is a great place to start comparing your options.