2019-2020 DCIC Nexamp Solar Program
Our various faiths teach that we have a moral responsibility for stewardship of the earth. In response to the urgent reality of global warming, religious leaders are increasingly taking actions that reflect the importance of conserving and protecting our shared environment. Members of Dutchess County Interfaith Council now have the opportunity to be a leader in the community by subscribing to a Nexamp community solar farm and supporting renewable energy generation in New York State.
Nexamp’s farms are part of New York’s community solar program, which allows electric utility customers to subscribe to a share of a local solar farm and go solar without rooftop panels. Subscribers receive credits on their utility bill for the energy produced by their solar farm share.
Dutchess County Interfaith Council has partnered with Nexamp to offer the ability for member congregations to participate in a local Solar Farm and support solar energy generation, while saving up to 10% on yearly electricity costs. Furthermore, to support the local interfaith community, Nexamp will be providing 500 dollars per 50kW of panels used by member congregations to the Dutchess County Interfaith Council.
Nexamp’s community solar program has no upfront cost, no credit check, no long-term commitment, and is compatible with your existing electrical utility and energy supplier. You can learn more by visiting https://solar.nexamp.com/dcic
If you’re interested in subscribing, please contact Yushi Kawasumi from Nexamp to schedule a review of your most recent electric bill.