As energy prices have risen for industrial and manufacturing companies, the cost of going solar has gone down. Solar energy is changing the manufacturing landscape in the US. Read on to find out more.
If you own a commercial property, a warehouse, a manufacturing space, or a high-energy data center, the Inflation Reduction Act will have an impact on your business when considering solar power for your property. We have broken down the key points you should be aware of.
Governor Kathy Hochul announced the approved Distributed Solar Roadmap proposed by New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA), extending the NY-Sun program. As a commercial property or landowner who is thinking about going solar, the extension of the NY-Sun program is a tremendous benefit to you.
By 2030, 70% of New York’s electricity must come from renewable energy sources. That includes 10 GW of non-utility-owned solar. The Distributed Solar Roadmap was developed to outline the best way for New York to achieve an additional 4GW of solar by 2030.
What commercial property owners need to know about the requirements in A3352, the New Jersey “Solar-Ready Roofs” law.
Ever wonder what a solar PPA is? Or how it is structured for the property owner and the developer? Joe Henry, Infiniti Energy’s Director of Project Finance, talks about PPAs in this short video.
How does community solar work in New Jersey? Watch this video clip of Joe Henry, Director of Project Finance at Infiniti Energy, give a quick overview of how community solar works.
What does solar look like in New Jersey? Infiniti Energy’s Fernando Zurita, Regulatory Affairs Manager, talks about the solar landscape in New Jersey in this short clip.
Curious about who Infiniti Energy is? Watch this short overview of who we are and what we do from our own Jeff Bower, Director of Project Origination.