Solar, Sourcing Renewables - April 30, 2019
Solarize Philly reopens registration
Registration for “Solarize Philly” has been reopened for 2019 so that anyone who owns property in Philadelphia, including businesses and homeowners, can have another chance to sign up to receive a free solar assessment.
“Cutting local carbon emissions, creating jobs, and reducing energy costs shows that going solar is a win-win for Philadelphia,” Mayor Jim Kenney said. “The 30-percent federal Investment Tax Credit is in place only through the end of this year, so if you own a home or business in Philadelphia, now is the time to go solar through Solarize Philly.”
The Philadelphia Energy Authority (PEA) administers Solarize Philly as part of City Council’s $1 billion Philadelphia Energy Campaign, which seeks to advance energy efficiency in buildings across the City, collect significant cost savings for property owners and taxpayers, help Philadelphia achieve its sustainability goals, and create 10,000 jobs over 10 years. PEA is an independent office created by City Council to further clean and affordable energy goals.
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