NY Community Solar Array
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Residential solar in Barre
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Contrary to popular myth, there’s more than enough sun in Rochester and the rest of New York to generate the power you need. On long, bright, summer days, your solar will produce far more power than you need, generating big credits on your RG&E (or other utility provider) bill. These credits are then used during shorter winter days. SunCommon’s goal is for customers to see your yearly electric bill zeroed out, saving your hard earned dollars for better use! Simple, right?

I don't understand why everyone doesn't sign up! It is so easy and perfect to address all the reasons why people are prevented from using solar power. We all need to think green and do something about it!
Pattie SunwooRochester SunCommon Community Solar Customer
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What does it cost to go solar?

It’s our goal to make solar affordable for everyone, regardless of his or her financial situation. With New York State and federal incentives, grants and more, your monthly solar payment can be less than the utility cost it’s replacing. Whether going solar at home or joining a community array, you’ll not only see savings, you’ll also play a key role in creating a healthy environment and brighter future.

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If you have an electric bill, we have a solar solution for you - right at your home, as part of a community solar array program, or at your place of business. Click the button to learn more and get started.
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