Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced the opening of the Westmore Terminal in Port Chester, New York, the first of its kind in the southern United States. The 76West competition supports the Governor's Energy Vision reform strategy and builds on the region's growing business community by supporting businesses seeking access to clean energy and renewable energy sources such as solar, wind, biomass and biofuels. Deputy Governor Kathy Hochul said: "We all know that the future is in a clean energy economy and with 76 West competing, we will be part of that future as we expand our solar and biodiesel markets. The WestMore Terminal expands the biodiesel distribution area in southern Westchester and Fairfield counties and serves as a hub for the state's largest renewable fuel source, renewable oil and natural gas.
The first solar projects include a 1,500 megawatt solar field at Port Chester Terminal and a 2,000 kilowatt-hour solar project on the west side of the terminal.
The aim is to enable those in the vicinity who want to save money but can install their own solar panels to live a sustainable life. Solar energy is not just a good thing, it is a financially healthy thing that we do and a green thing that we do; it is a sustainable way of doing good things.
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We have actively marketed our solar projects to local residents and small business owners interested in saving money by purchasing solar power from utilities and services in our area. We do this through a variety of options, which can include renting space on roofs, parking lots, vacant lots, etc.
There are many choices, and each retailer has different perks designed to generate interest. One of the biggest benefits of deregulation is that we will continue to be a supplier to our utilities, such as Con Edison and Port Chester, while potentially benefiting from better prices for our energy supplies. As long as we are consumers, we are responsible for distribution, so no additional charges or fees have to be charged by our customers.
If you have Con Edison in Port Chester, you are likely to vote for a candidate, if you want to, just enter the postcode below. Newyorkeneryrate.com provides a list of energy service companies (ESCOs) registered to do business with Con Edison at the Port of Chester.
You can request a quote by clicking above, but nothing beats the accuracy of getting your own quote. You can try to check the state solar subsidies on the DSIRE.org page here. This figure shows the estimated payback time - even for the average home in Port Chester. All factors can affect the price and the assumptions are very good for average houses in the Port of Chester, but not for all houses.
All applications for solar loans must be made through a solar plant company acting as a distributor for the financing company, not as an independent solar plant constructor.
Consumers who want to buy solar panels instead of leasing them can now rely on loans from many different companies. Solar modules will pay for themselves in just over seven years and will yield a return of almost 14% over the lifetime of the modules. Purchasing solar panels is preferable to leasing because it allows you to keep all the benefits of leasing such as low interest rates and low monthly payments. If you lease your solar panels, the credit will go to the landlord instead and you will pay it back as a home buyer, but you will bear the full cost of installing and installing your solar panels.
More importantly, this new system will help more customers access solar energy in a short time, which will have a significant long-term impact on the environment, "said Michael D'Agostino, President and CEO of Port Chester New York Solar.
Residents of Port Chester attend a meeting hosted by Port Chester New York Solar and Skyview Ventures, Inc., at City Hall on Tuesday, April 18, 2017, in downtown Chester, N.Y. Join us in redeveloping the city center and what we can do to ensure that our residents benefit from it, rather than harm them. Residents of PortChester and neighbouring communities will attend the town hall meeting to learn more about the Community Benefits Agreement and its benefits for Port Chester. A potential 20-year plan will be presented to the selection panel on Monday 1 May 2016 by two Port-based companies, Chester NY and Skyviews Ventures (one of two companies that responded to the city's bid), on how this could impact the future of downtown development and its future energy needs.