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Hope Solar Farm 2017-07-12T00:42:24+00:00

How Does It Work?

High Peaks Solar is building a solar farm and is looking for customers to purchase solar electricity.

There are ways to opt into the project that require no money up front, or ways to opt in that require a prepayment.

The way it works is a member who would like to purchase electricity from the solar farm will enter into a contract with High Peak Solar to buy a certain size system. That system’s annual production will vary slightly, but should be about the same every year. Each month, the utility company will read the meter at the site and credit all of the members electric bills with energy credits.

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FAQs

High Peaks Solar is building a solar farm and is looking for customers to purchase the electricity.  Each person that signs up to buy solar electricity will be given an annual set allotment of electricity produced right from the solar farm.

It depends, truthfully.  One factor that affects cost is how much electricity you consume.  High Peaks Solar has different options that should allow everyone to participate!

Your electric bill will be given a credit by National Grid.  Your volume of credits is determined by your stake in the solar farm.

Any customer that is located within the NYSIO Load Zone F  and has National Grid as their electricity provider can receive
electricity from this solar farm?

If that happens, National Grid will bill you at their retail rate for the difference in usage.

If this happens where at the end of a full year you have more credits from the solar farm that you used, these credits can be carried forward into the following year.  At that point in time, the customer can have the option to reduce their subscription from the Hope Solar Farm or remain at the same level.

Perhaps.  This solar farm has a limited capacity.  There are only so many solar panels that we plan to install.  If openings arise, we can modify contracts at a later time.

The energy credits can be transferred to your new property if you move within the same NYISO Load Zone F and continue to have National Grid as your electric provider.

Site In Spotlight

 Located at 566 Brunswick Road, Troy, N.Y. members of the Hope United Methodist Church decided to host a solar farm on their property.  The Church entered into a land lease agreement with High Peaks Solar to offer their site for this project.  This mostly open field will make a great spot for a productive solar farm due to its sun exposure.
 
We are holding informational meetings every Thursday at Saratoga CoWorks, located at 153 Regent St, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866, from 6:00pm-7:00pm from until July 20th. We hope to see you there!

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Offering Solar Farm Memberships for National Grid Customers in the Capital District of New York.

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