Storing the Sun: Chatham, NY

Summer storm season is upon us, don’t be left in the dark! Come learn about solar energy and how you can store that energy for your home. Don’t miss out on the 30% federal tax credit that will be...

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The Changing State of Solar: Red Hook, NY

  New York’s solar incentives are pretty sweet - but they’re changing soon. New York State has one of the best programs in the nation to help us go solar. On an average sized system, incentives and tax credits take...

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Earth Day Celebration! The Phantom Gardener: Rhinebeck, NY

Join The Phantom Gardener for their annual Earth Day Celebration! A fun day of plants sales, workshops, kids activities, and more! Workshops - Please call 845.876.8606 to Reserve a Spot 11 AM - Organic Veggie Gardening & Seed Starting (Free) 1 PM...

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SunCommon NY at Rochester Chamber’s Sustainability for $uccess

SunCommon CEO Kevin Schulte will be on a panel at the Rochester Chamber's Sustainability for $uccess event on March 8 at the Hilton Garden Inn from 5-6:30 p.m. Learn more on the Rochester Chamber's website.

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SunCommon NY tabling at WNY Regional Conference for the NYS Recreation & Parks Society

SunCommon NY will be tabling at the WNY Regional Conference for the NYS Recreation & Parks Society on February 9 from 8:30 am to 3 p.m. at the Perinton Community Center.

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SunCommon NY at Rochester A-List’s Full (Super) Moon Party

Buy your tickets for the Full (Super) Moon Hike and XC Party on Feb 2nd at Eagle Vale Golf Course. Stop by, talk to us about solar, and we'll buy you a drink. Learn more on the Facebook event. 

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Private Event: Local Fire Department Presentation

As members of the Greater Rochester community we're committed to supporting local fire departments and educating them on home solar. We regularly meet with local fire departments to answer their questions and to get to know our fellow community...

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Promoting Local Pollinators with Community Solar

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