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Harvest Power supports local businesses during Corona Pandemic

March 20, 2020

We’re facing tough times Right now, It’s our civic duty to stay inside and keep our community safe. Which means no shopping, hair appointments, service visits, or business as usual for most business owners.  Without this essential commerce, small businesses are taking a very hard financial hit. Which is why we at Harvest Power have made it our civic duty to help out small business in tough times - and we’re inviting you to take part.  For every person who... Read More

Going Solar in New York - A Tax Guide

March 18, 2020

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New Yorkers pay some of the highest electricity rates in the US. In 2020, the average payment hovers around 19 cents per kWh. Yet it’s not just a financial burden New York residents are under - the environmental cost of trying to produce the electricity the state needs is monumental. Which is why many New York property owners are considering clean energy installations, especially solar systems. Yet making the jump to clean energy can require a large, upfront investment, that... Read More

What is the Process that a Customer Goes Through When Going Solar?

March 13, 2020

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Going solar with Harvest Power is a surprisingly simple process. While there are a few steps involved to get you from the initial consultation to the final installation, each step is essential for ensuring that you’re installing the best solar system possible for your home. We also go in-depth to make sure that you’re getting the most out of federal and state tax credits, as well as loans and financing options, so that you can go solar without going out... Read More

Benefits Of Solar Energy For LI Business Owners

March 11, 2020

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Operating a business on Long Island has its challenges and commercial property owners are always looking for ways to lower operating expenses, make their businesses more competitive and increase their bottom line. The Long Island Power Authority, or LIPA along with its operating unit, PSEG-LI, have been working to meet New York State energy conservation efforts, by providing commercial property owners additional incentives to help them transition their properties to solar energy. The driving force behind these incentives is a... Read More

How Does Community Solar Energy Work?

March 4, 2020

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You're a homeowner who worries about the environment. You learn that your utility company derives its energy from coal plants. You want to disconnect your household from coal energy. You decide to switch to solar instead. However, a solar installation expert warns against solar panels on your roof. A cluster of trees around your property would block solar transference. You become dejected, feeling stuck with no other options. In this case, the homeowner could switch to community energy solar.What is community solar?Community... Read More
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