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Large Scale Renewables Proposal Expands Opportunities in New York

Large Scale Renewables Proposal Expands Opportunities in New York

Posted By: Rob Collier, July 1, 2015

New York is overhauling its market for utility scale renewable energy projects. On June 1, NYSERDA released a much anticipated document proposing options for what the agency is calling its “Large Scale Renewables” program. The Large Scale Renewables proposal opens possibilities for both solar developers seeking to expand beyond the bite-sized, C&I net metered paradigm and for customers that have dreamed of hedging larger portions of their energy budgets through direct renewable energy procurement.

Solar is Getting Cheaper - So Why Buy Now?

Solar is Getting Cheaper - So Why Buy Now?

Posted By: Bill Eddie, April 22, 2015

The solar industry has driven down project installation costs dramatically, and moderate price declines are predicted to continue. From the energy buyer's perspective, this begs the question "Why buy solar power now if it will be cheaper next month or even next year?"

The Evolution of Customer Renewable Energy Choice

The Evolution of Customer Renewable Energy Choice

Posted By: Bryce Smith, April 1, 2015

Customer access to clean energy has increased dramatically in the past 15 years, as technology cost reductions, electricity market deregulation, and financial creativity have combined to produce more accessible renewable products for end-users. The most recent product class is the offsite solar PPA, a category that OneEnergy pioneered with our Purpose-Built SolarTM product. This product represents the fourth major way that large electricity buyers can access the benefits of renewables. It’s the most flexible and satisfying yet, and appeals to a broad range of end-users, from universities to corporations, from manufacturers to municipalities and other government agencies.

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