Thanks for your interest in community solar!

New Yorkers for Clean Power (NYCP) is a statewide campaign to shift to a clean energy economy. NYCP is proud to partner with PowerMarket to promote community solar. To get started, enter some basic info here. Then, we'll help you find a project in your area and get signed up.

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How It Works

When you sign up for a community solar project, you will receive credits each month on your electricity bill. These credits will go toward offsetting the cost of your bill, allowing you to save money and contribute to a more sustainable future. It's that simple. Here are the three easy steps to make it happen.


Provide Basic Details

Fill out a subscription form with basic details (name, email, etc.) and have a recent electricity bill handy. As you continue your registration, you'll have to enter your utility account number and energy usage information so we can determine the right amount of the solar project to allocate to your bill.


Access Dashboard

Once you've subscribed, you will be given access to a personal dashboard where you can see the project's solar energy production, your document library (contract, bills, etc.) and your monthly savings.


See Savings

You will start seeing savings on your electricity bill a month after your community solar project becomes operational.

Learn more about community solar

Community solar can be easy. Check out some useful resources here to learn how you can join and support renewable energy while saving money on your bill.


NYSERDA Explains Community Solar

Get a quick overview of community solar in New York State and how it works to get clean energy to your community.


Pay as you go explained

Smart Electric Power Alliance gives an introduction to how signing up for community solar will save you money on your bill over time.