Join the Carthage solar project and save with National Grid!

New York’s community solar program enables National Grid customers to support clean energy and save up to $25 each month.
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7,236 kW

About the community solar program

Community solar was established in New York under the Shared Renewables Program in 2015. Through this program, New York residents can sign up to support a new, local solar project. The energy from the Solar Project flows to the electric grid, replacing fossil fuels and directly lowering emissions. When you sign up to support this project, you will receive clean energy credits that lower your electric bill.

3,404,104 pounds of CO2 prevented annually
Yearly equivalent to planting 40,849 trees
8,958,168 kWh
of est. annual clean energy generated
Energized in 2020

Joining a solar project:

01 - Check availability
Use your zip code and utility to see if we have a clean energy project in your area with open enrollment.
02 - Connect your utility
Using your utility account information, we will connect your existing account to a new clean energy project.
03 - Payment information
Your connection to the grid will remain the same, but you will receive clean energy credits and pay your utility through Common Energy at a lower cost.
04 - Savings & impact
Each month we will share with you a Statement of Savings. This statement will show your original bill, your electricity savings, and your positive environmental impact.

Over 15,000 customers are benefiting from their local community solar program

*Experience may differ per subscriber

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No installation

Sign up with no additional fees

No fee to cancel

Take two minutes to sign up for Community Solar and save 5-15% on your monthly electric bill and help lower emissions in your community.