ACE NY Excited to be Part of Million Solar Strong New York Coalition

ACE NY Excited to be Part of Million Solar Strong New York Coalition

 

ACE NY is excited to be part of the Million Solar Strong New York Coalition, a diverse mix of industry, environmental, justice and community organizations all united by the vision of a strong clean energy economy that works for all New Yorkers. We are committed to giving everyone a voice in energy decision-making.

Together, we are calling on Governor Cuomo to build a #SolarStrongNY by powering one million New York homes by 2023, which must include serving at least 100,000 low income households with affordable local solar, as well as renters and others who can’t otherwise go solar on their own rooftop.

This kind of bold solar leadership will create good local jobs, help New Yorkers save on utility bills, and reduce harmful emissions, while reducing inequality. Now more than ever, states can and must lead when it comes to climate and clean energy progress. We think that leadership should start right here in New York.

 
To achieve 50% renewable energy, New York is going to need new grid-scale wind and solar power, and continued investment in residential and community renewables, like solar. Both are critical to New York achieving success.
 
One million solar households is a bold but achievable clean energy goal. Visit SolarStrongNY.org to learn more about our policy roadmap for building a stronger, solar-powered New York.
 
On Tuesday, September 18th, join us to Rally for a Million Solar Strong on the Million Dollar Staircase in the NYS Capitol. 
 
What: Rally for a Million Solar Strong & Petition Delivery 
When: Tuesday, September 18th, 12PM
Where: NYS Capitol Building, Million Dollar Staircase
Who: NYS Elected Officials, Solar Industry Representatives, MSS Campaign Members, Home Owners, Home Renters, Housing Developers and Business Owners 
 
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