Con Edison gets government go-ahead on low-income solar pilot program

By Kelsey Misbrener Con Edison will begin providing renewable energy to low-income customers in 2018 following today’s approval of a plan to place solar panels on company roofs and grounds.
Con Edison expects to begin installing the first panels on properties in Brooklyn, Queens and Westchester County. In this initial phase, Con Edison expects to install enough panels to generate 3 megawatts of power to serve 800 to 1,600 customers, under a pilot program the company proposed last year.
“We thank the state Public Service Commission for its careful review and approval of the first phase of our Shared Solar Pilot Program, which will make

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