The initiative, called Community Power, allows residents living in income-restricted affordable housing to get their energy from solar panels installed on the roofs of three NYCHA developments. In doing so, they’ll save an average of $120 per year on their electricity bills.

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Workers installing solar panels at Carver Houses, a New York City Housing Authority development in northern Manhattan. (Image: Accord Power Inc.) A new initiative seeks to give some low-income New Yorkers access to renewable energy, saving them a few bucks in the process. And it’s making use of public […]

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