On April 18th, 2019 the New York City Council passed the most robust and progressive set of climate change legislation in any American city. The laws are complex and difficult to fully understand without being properly translated. In this post we’ll take closer look at two of the laws: Local Law 92 and 96, and outline their impact.
Through a partnership with Crescent Arms, UrbnDER was able to install and commission a new Community Solar Garden in the heart of Flatbush, Brooklyn. In this post we’ll explain how this project came into being, including feasibility studies, financial incentive programs, electrical work, and inspections.
Between federal tax credits, state tax exemptions, and city tax abatements, there’s an abundance of reasons why solar is the best clean energy investment that you can make. In this article you’ll find a clear and concise breakdown of the various ways solar has become an exciting, lucrative opportunity for building owners.
GreenHomeNYC took the time to speak with our co-founders, Russell and Ilona Wilcox, about the distinct advantages of solar projects in the city, and the basics of what makes our business tick.