Accelerating Decarbonization in New York City
Clean Energy Communities Program
The Clean Energy Communities Program (CECP) is a program funded by the New York State Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA). The CECP program provides grants, direct technical support to communities, and recognition to local governments across New York State that demonstrate leadership in the area of clean energy.
CEC Grant Program
Solar One has partnered with the NYC Accelerator program and NYSERDA to launch a grant program to promote clean energy in Northern Manhattan, Central Brooklyn, and the South Bronx. The grants, which range from $10,000-25,000 each, will support clean energy upgrades for affordable housing properties and outreach campaigns to promote NYC Accelerator’s free clean energy advisory services.
CECP in NYC
In New York City, Solar One has three embedded staff at the NYC Mayor’s Office of Climate & Environmental Justice (MOC&EJ) and the Department of Citywide Administrative Services’ Division of Energy Management (DCAS DEM) to support emissions reduction initiatives,
CECP in Long Island
On Long Island, Solar One’s Partner, Cameron Engineering works with Long Island municipal leaders to secure commitments to complete High Impact Actions to reduce emissions.
Solar One is here to assist Community Based Organizations in launching campaigns that support education and awareness about energy efficiency, utility bill savings, and incentive programs.
Clean Energy Connections
Clean Energy Connections provides NYC’s emerging cleantech sector with the network it needs to grow and compete in the global economy.