As a resident of Tompkins County, you now have multiple ways to go solar! With a traditional Residential Solar installation, you can power your home with electricity generated by solar panels mounted on your rooftop or property.
Alternatively, you can participate in a Community Shared Solar farm and power your home with low-cost solar energy generated from a local solar array. Both of these clean, renewable energy options have the benefit of saving you money on your monthly electricity costs. Use the chart below to explore your options.
- Generate your own clean electricity
- Reduce emissions and your carbon footprint
- Ensure a stronger, smarter, and more secure grid
- It's the right thing to do—now and for the future
|Tax credit availability||Location of solar panels||Own vs. lease||Locks in energy rates||If I move, can I still use the energy generated from the panels?||Production guarantee||Reduces your greenhouse gas and carbon dioxide emissions footprint||Supports your state and local governments’ clean energy goals||Reduces dependence on fossil fuel||Increases clean energy supply in New York State|
|At your home (rooftop or ground mount)||Own or lease||No||Available||
Take the next step. Now you can get multiple, competing residential solar quotes from a network of pre-screened solar installers. There is no fee for this service and no obligation to select an installer or purchase.Get Free Quotes
Want to learn more? Get detailed information about going solar from EnergySage – our residential solar partner and an expert on the solar industry – or view the About Us page for a listing of Tompkins County-based resources.
Community Shared Solar
|Off-site||Own only||Yes, under most conditions||Available||
Take the next step. Our community shared solar partner will be happy to help you explore if this option is right for you. There is no fee for this consultation and no obligation to participate in a community solar project.Receive a Free Consultation
Want to learn more? Read more with on the About Us page for a listing of Tompkins County-based resources.